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      Introduction to Analysis of Epigenetic Data 2020

Introduction to the Workshop and the Core
What is Bioinformatics/Genomics?
Some Experimental Design?
Cheat Sheets
Software and Links
Introduction to the Command Line
Introduction to R
High Performance Computing
Data Reduction ChIPseq/ATACseq
Filetype Description
ChIP and ATAC project setup
Preprocessing Reads
Mapping Reads
Filtering Reads
Peak Call with MACS2
Data Analysis ChIPseq/ATACseq
Differential ChIPseq
Differential ATACseq
R Package Installation
Introduction to WGBS
WGBS hands-on
Closing thoughts
Workshop Photos
Github page
Biocore website

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replying to a thread

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pinning a post

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finding pinned posts

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