Due to the COVID-19 epidemics, our next meetings have been cancelled. We hope to restart shortly.
Our meetings are usually every two weeks, on Thursday from 10 to 11am.
Planned for after the COVID-19 epidemics:
Diving into Snakemake, from simple task to full scale NGS pipelines (Thomas Cokelaer, research engineer, C3BI, Institut Pasteur)
Reproducible bioinformatics environments with bioconda and biocontainers (Hervé Menager, Software engineer, C3BI, Institut Pasteur)
Presentation of Zotero (Elise Breton and Anne Louise Hily, BU Paris Diderot). Zotero is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research. It is compatible with Word, LibreOffice and Google Documents.
Possible sessions for the future:
– Introduction to Jupyter (Samuel and Pierre?)
– BioJupies (Sandrine Caburet?). BioJupies est une application web qui
permet de générer des notebooks Jupyter pour des analyses de RNA-seq.
The BioInfo Club meets on Thursday from 10am to 11am, in François Jacob seminar room in Institut Jacques Monod, 15 rue Helene Brion 75013. Meetings are in English. For most sessions, please bring your labtop. It can be Linux, Mac or Windows… We will let you know in advance when it is a practical session, presentation or discussion.
The BioInfo Club now includes “Unité de Biologie Fonctionnelle et Adaptative” (BFA) and “Epigenetics and cell fate unit (Paris Epigenetics)”. The goal of the BioInfo Club is to gather scientists, from the Institut Jacques Monod, BFA and Paris Epigenetics research institutes, who want to discover some computational approaches and tools used in genomics and structural bioinformatics and to learn by practice on site.
The BioInfo Club Organisers
Virginie Courtier-Orgogozo, Olivier Kirsh, Samuel Murail, Pierre Poulain and Olivier Taboureau