For three days developers will work on new features of interest to their research communities, will be able to improve on existent Apollo & JBrowse features, and will collaborate in the development of features of interest to other colleagues.
- if you have great ideas for features even though you are not a developer, please let us know. We will be sure to include your thoughts, and, space-permitting, you may still be able to join us!
What will we do during the hackathon?: The plan is still brewing, but we have a few ideas: - Interactive tracks for visualization of aggregated variant data, including background population statistics, which will enable researchers to annotate the impact of variants including associations with human disease phenotypes. - Exploration of synergies with the myvariant.info tool: a BD2K-supported software tool for aggregating annotations on human genetic variants from a variety of databases (ClinVar, exac, dbsnp, dbnsfp, etc.) - Visualization of protein modification data overlaid on gene models. Using data available from http://www.ebi.ac.uk/pride/archive/ to understand the impact of variants on these sites. - Creating a plugin to design CRISPR experiments. - your ideas go here!
Please send your suggestions for feature development, your questions, and any other comments to the Apollo Developers email at: apollo-dev @ lists.lbl.gov
When: Thursday January 14 - Saturday January 16, 2016 (immediately after PAG). Where: The Scripps Research Institute, Molecular and Experimental Medicine Building, 3545 Cray Court, La Jolla, CA 92121. USA. Registration: Tickets are required. The cost of your ticket will be used to cover lunch, refreshments, prizes, and minor logistics charges. Visit the registration page at http://tinyurl.com/apollo-2016-registration Getting there, accommodations: Participants are responsible for arranging travel and accommodations on their own. Some suggestions are available on the hackathon page at http://tinyurl.com/apollo-2016
See you in January!
Berkeley Bioinformatics Open-Source Projects & The Su Lab
Mentorship Matters! -- Monica Munoz-Torres, PhD. Berkeley Bioinformatics Open-source Projects (BBOP) Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Division
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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