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Sign up for JMP Genomics training at Washington University in February

Scientists from SAS Institute will be at WUSM providing JMP Genomics training on Feb 13th, 2013. Training will be held in FLTC 404 A&B. This will be a hands-on workshop using JMP Genomics, version 6.0. Data will be provided. Please bring your own laptop with JMP Genomics 6.0 installed. Download JMP Genomics 6.0.

Please download and review the PDFs at the links provided below prior to the training. The complete set can be found here.

A detailed agenda for the day of training is included below. Seating is limited, so if you are interested in attending the training workshop please register.

If you have any questions please contact Marcy Vana at Becker Library at vanam@wustl.edu or 362-2796.

Session I: Important Features of JMP Genomics 6.0 - Morning: (8:30-11:30)

1. JMP Genomics 6.0: Software Overview and New Features (8:30-9:30 with 5 min break) http://www.jmp.com/software/stepguides/stepguide_detail.shtml?reglink=70130000001rfvq

  • Navigating in JMP Genomics
  • Basic Processes
  • Output Files
  • Tips and Tricks

2. Importing Genetics Data into JMP Genomics 6.0 (9:30-10:00) http://www.jmp.com/software/stepguides/stepguide_detail.shtml?reglink=70130000001rmKK

  • Affymetrix and/or Illumina Data
  • Text/PLINK Files

3. Import and Analysis of Next-Generation Sequencing Data with JMP Genomics 6.0 (10:00-11:30) http://www.jmp.com/software/stepguides/stepguide_detail.shtml?reglink=70130000001rmKF

  • Preferred File Formats
  • BAM and TXT File Importing
  • Filtering, Normalization
  • Quality Control
  • Modeling and Results

Lunch Break (11:30-12:30)

Session II: Advanced Genetic Analysis with JMP Genomics 6.0 Afternoon: (12:30-3:45)

4. Review of File Formats and Ordering (12:30-12:45) Covered in depth in: http://www.jmp.com/software/stepguides/stepguide_detail.shtml?reglink=70130000001rfwA 5. Recode Genotypes, Relationship Matrix, PCA for Population Stratification (12:45-1:45 with 5 min break) http://www.jmp.com/software/stepguides/stepguide_detail.shtml?reglink=70130000001rfw0 6. Annotation Analysis, KEGG Pathways (Aldi Kraja, 1:45-2:15 with 5 min break) 7. Multiple SNP-Trait Association, Pleiotropic Association and Rare-Variant Analysis (2:15-3:45)

  • Refer to Advanced Genetic Analysis Document from the link in (5)

8. Social (3:45-4:00)

  • Time for JMP Genomics team to respond to any other questions after the workshop

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