Workshop

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Workshop on plant variation data, re-sequencing projects and GWAS analyses within transPLANT, hosted at The European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge, UK from 1st July to 3rd July. Click here to apply.

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The 3rd transPLANT user training workshop will be held in Wageningen, the Netherlands on October 13-14, 2014, focused on the latest developments in the key plant data resources in Europe and how to use them with a special reference to Solanaceae genomes, especially tomato and potato.

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An overview of data, resources, tools and pipelines for 'omics datasets within the agricultural sciences.

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We are pleased to announce the 2nd transPLANT user training workshop to be held in PoznaƄ, Poland, 27-28 June 2013. The workshop focuses on plant genomics resources with special reference to Triticeae and topics related to standardisation and annotation of plant phenotypic data. We target experimental biologists and plant breeders; no prior informatics training is assumed.

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The goals of the workshop are to develop ontology terms and definitions for the Plant Ontology (http://www.plantontology.org/) and the Reference Plant Trait Ontology (under development) and applications that utilize those resources.

The ultimate goal is to establish a semantic framework for meaningful cross-species queries across gene expression and phenotype data sets from plant genomics and genetics experiments.

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A workshop focused on triticeae (wheat and barley mainly) data resources and tools, and include tutorials on data access and use from INRA, EBI-EMBL, IPK and MIPS.

This workshop is targeted at (experimental) biologists, breeders, bio-informaticians and all other data users as no prior (informatics) knowledge or skills are required.

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A hands-on training workshop in plant pathogenic genomics, focused on the new resource PhytoPath and including coverage of Ensembl Fungi, Ensembl Protists and PHI-base will be held at the EBI in September, aimed at PhD students and post-doctoral researchers who are working on fungal and oomycete-induced disease in plants. Find out more details and register.

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A meeting to discuss the potential application of trait and phenotype ontologies to describe agronomic traits in crop plants.

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