1000 Genomes Tutorial

By Razib Khan | October 26, 2011 8:05 pm

I don’t have time for this, but I’m sure some readers do. 1000 Genomes has put a tutorial up. Breakdown:

1. Description of the 1000 Genomes Data, Gabor Marth pdf|pptx

2. How to access the Data, Paul Flicek pdf|pptx

3. Lessons in variant calling and genotyping, Hyun Min Kang pdf|pptx

4. Structural Variants, Ryan Mills pdf|pptx

5. Imputation in GWAS studies, Bryan Howie pdf|pptx


All Slides in PDF

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Genomics, Human Genomics
MORE ABOUT: 1000 Genomes

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