1. Registration reminder for our two-week summer workshop on high-throughput sequencing data analysis!

    Our two-week summer workshop (announcement, direct link) is shaping up quite well, but the application deadline is today! So if you're interested, you should apply sometime before the end of the day. (We'll leave applications open as long as it's March 17th somewhere in the world.)

    Some updates and expansions …

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  2. Advancing metagenome classification and comparison by MinHash fingerprinting of IMG/M data sets.

    This is our just-submitted proposal for the JGI-NERSC "Facilities Integrating Collaborations for User Science" call. Enjoy!


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    Abstract: Sourmash is a command-line tool and Python library that calculates and compares MinHash signatures from sequence data. Sourmash "compare" and "gather" functionality enables comparison and characterization of signatures …

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  3. Request for Compute Infrastructure to Support the Data Intensive Biology Summer Institute for Sequence Analysis at UC Davis

    Note: we were just awarded this allocation on Jetstream for DIBSI. Huzzah!


    Abstract:

    Large datasets have become routine in biology. However, performing a computational analysis of a large dataset can be overwhelming, especially for novices. From June 18 to July 21, 2017 (30 days), the Lab for Data Intensive Biology …

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