The New York Genome Center is hosting an NCBI Single Cell in the cloud codeathon from January 15-17, 2020. Submissions for project proposals are due December 2nd.
Please submit your proposal and apply here.
What topics are in scope?
This codeathon will focus on single cell data, including RNA, DNA, and chromatin accessibility. We are particularly interested in proposals for pipelines and analysis of SRA data, data interoperability, and using machine learning techniques in clustering. We also welcome proposals for tutorial pipelines and educational tools. You will have access to computational resources in the Cloud to turn your idea into a working prototype. Visit our website for examples of previous codeathon projects.
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From January 10-12, 2018, the NCBI will help with a bioinformatics hackathon in Southern California hosted by San Diego State University. The hackathon will focus on advanced bioinformatics analysis of next generation sequencing data, proteomics, and metadata. This event is for researchers, including students and postdocs, who have already engaged in the use of bioinformatics data or in the development of pipelines for bioinformatics analyses from high-throughput experiments. Some projects are available to other non-scientific developers, mathematicians, or librarians.
The event is open to anyone selected for the hackathon and willing to travel to SDSU (see below). Applications are due Monday, December 11th, 2017 by 3 pm PT (6PM EST).
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