DZIF bioinformatics workshop: 16S Community Profiling with QIIME 2

The workshop will take place Dec 19-21 at the BRICS in Braunschweig, Germany. On Dec 22, you can continue analyzing your own data with our help.

16S rRNA gene sequences have been widely used to study microbial phylogeny and taxonomy, also in a growing number of DZIF projects. The software suite QIIME is one of the most popular choices to analyze such data. Its successor, QIIME 2, was recently announced and all users are encouraged to switch to the new version - yet many things changed from QIIME 1 and little hands-on experience exists within DZIF.

Therefore we conduct a dedicated QIIME 2 workshop, which arguably is the best opportunity for you to learn about new analysis workflows in QIIME 2, relevant for all meta'omics projects involving 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing.
To provide you with the best learning experience, we invited two trainers from the QIIME 2 development team: Daniel McDonald and Antonio González Peña.

Dec 19 - Introduction to Linux and the command-line, TI service offers
Dec 20 - QIIME 2: metadata, importing, quality control, rarefaction analyses
Dec 21 - QIIME 2: alpha and beta diversity metrics, statistics, visualizations
Dec 22 - We continue to help you analyzing your own data (optional)
Dec 24 - Merry Christmas!

Apply here: https://goo.gl/forms/uiRfyGd7qtIPAoj52 (deadline: Sun, Dec 10)

Questions? Email: bioinformatics@dzif.de

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