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List of bioinformatics workshops/training materials

Stephen Turner listed a great selection of resources, courses, and training opportunities on

Bioinformatics resources

I've stumbled upon a few interesting resources lately that are worth sharing:

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...

NCBI and IPv6

From NCBI: NCBI now supports IPv6 (beta) for data downloads at http://bit.ly/xiQAsj. More information at  http://1.usa.gov/x655AL. Please note that NCBI will be taking part in the World IPv6 Launch (http://www.worldipv6launch.org/). On that...

Tutorials and lecture materials from NCBI and NHGRI

I am constantly surprised by the amount of great instructional material available in topics related to genomics and bioinformatics.

Worthwhile reads in bioinformatics...

Just wanted to share some excellent resources in bioinformatics that I happened to catch on Twitter this morning. Both are dedicated issues and both are freely available online (yay!):

Webinar: World Tour of Genomics Resources

Webinar: Thursday, November 10th, 10:00 PST/1:00 EST Registration: http://www.openhelix.com/cgi/webinarInfo.cgi?id=33 There are thousands of bioinformatics and genomics resources that are free and publicly accessible. However, trying to find the...