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The 2020 Bioinformatics Community Conference brings together the Bioinformatics Open Source Conference (BOSC) and the Galaxy Community Conference into a single event featuring training, a meeting, and a CollaborationFest. Events run from July 17 through July 25, and is held in both the eastern and western hemispheres.

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Venue: Joint [clear filter]
Friday, July 17
 

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Saturday, July 18
 

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Sunday, July 19
 

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Broad Institute Data Sciences Platform Sponsor Table JointGeraldine Van der Auwera eLife Innovation Sponsor Table JointEmmy Tsang GigaScience Sponsor Table JointLaurie Goodman • Ken Cho • Scott Edmunds P1-03: : A somatic variant-calling pipeline for the support of molecular tumor boards at German university hospitals 🍐 JointWolfgang Maier • Patrick Metzger P1-07: : Automating the annotation of biological data through semantic technologies and machine learning 🍐 JointLorcán Pigott-Dix P1-08: : BioThings Explorer: A platform for distributed knowledge integration across biomedical APIs 🍐 JointJiwen Xin P1-10: : BLAST in a container 🍐 JointTom Madden P2-10: : Deploying Galaxy workflows in containers 🌀 JointBert Droesbeke P3-01: : Earth System Modelling and data analysis with Galaxy Climate Science Workbench 🌀 JointAnne Fouilloux P3-04: : Enabling computational workflows with Tripal and Galaxy 🌀 JointSean Buehler P3-09: : Exploring chromatogram library-based data independent acquisition analysis using EncyclopeDIA within Galaxy framework 🌀 JointPratik Jagtap P3-10: : Extensions of READemption for the analysis of several RNA-seq based protocols 🍐 JointTill Sauerwein P3-12: : Full-factorial examination of high-throughput microbiome sequencing workflows from sample preparation to bioinformatic analysis 🍐 JointTravis J. De Wolfe P4-06: : GraphClust2: a galaxy-based solution for clustering RNA sequences to discover conserved and common secondary structures 🌀 JointMilad Miladi P4-07: : GVL Demo: from Administrators to End-users 🌀 JointNuwan Goonasekera P5-04: : Magic-BLAST an accurate RNA-seq mapper 🍐 JointGrzegorz Boratyn P5-07: : Open-Source, Large-Scale Set Similarity Search with Sketch 🍐 JointDaniel Baker P5-10: : Planet Microbe: Toward the reintegration of oceanographic ‘omics dataset in their environmental and physiochemical context 🍐 JointAlise Jany Ponsero P5-12: : Progerin expression induces a significant downregulation of transcription from human repetitive sequences in iPSC-derived dopaminergic neurons 🌀 JointWalter Arancio P6-01: : pyGenomeTracks: Reproducible plots for multivariate genomic data sets 🍐 JointLucille Lopez-Delisle P6-02: : Reproducible, collaborative and exploratory data analysis using CyVerse VICE 🍐 JointReetu Tuteja P6-03: : Running and sharing the ENCODE atac-seq pipeline on Truwl 🍐 JointKarl Sebby P6-04: : SigBio-Shiny: A standalone interactive application for detecting biological significance on a set of genes 🍐 JointSangram Keshari Sahu P6-08: : Targeted nanopore sequencing by real-time mapping of raw electrical signal with UNCALLED 🍐 JointSam Kovaka P6-12: : Towards more FAIR research software 🍐 JointMateusz Kuzak Poster / Demo West Session 1 Joint

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Monday, July 20
 

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eLife Innovation Sponsor Table JointEmmy Tsang GigaScience Sponsor Table JointKen Cho • Scott Edmunds • Laurie Goodman P1-05: : Automated generation of training materials from markdown documents 🌀 JointDelphine Lariviere P1-06: : Automated real-time data analysis and visualizations for the SARS-CoV-2/Covid19 portal 🌀 JointMarius van den Beek P1-09: : BioViz Connect: Web application linking CyVerse cloud resources to genomic visualization in the Integrated Genome Browser 🍐 JointNowlan Freese P1-12: : Codeathons as a tool for improving diversity in computer science 🍐 JointAllissa Dillman P2-01: : Community genome annotation integrates with Galaxy via Apollo providing greater integration and more functional annotation options 🌀 JointNathan Dunn P2-05: : CrowdGO: a wisdom of the crowd-based Gene Ontology prediction tool 🍐 JointMaarten Reijnders P3-03: : EDAM: the ontology of bioinformatics operations, topics, data, and formats (update 2020) 🍐 JointMatúš Kalaš P3-06: : eSPiGA: a population genomic analyses package with graphical interface 🍐 JointSebastian E. Ramos-Onsins P4-01: : Functionally Assembled Terrestrial Ecosystem Simulator (FATES) with Community Land Model in Galaxy 🌀 JointAnne Fouilloux • Hui Tang • Sonya Geange P4-05: : Goslin - A grammar of succinct lipid nomenclature 🍐 JointNils Hoffmann P4-09: : HiSCiAp and Human Cell Atlas Galaxy instance: User-friendly, scalable tools and workflows for single-cell analysis 🌀 JointPablo Moreno P4-11: : Implementation of the IEEE-2791-2020 standard (BioCompute Objects) in Galaxy via workflow invocations 🌀 JointCharles Hadley King P5-01: : Integrating refgenie and Galaxy for reference data management: a proposal for IDC 🌀 JointIgnacio Eguinoa P5-03: : Jasmine: Fast and accurate structural variant comparison across many individuals 🍐 JointMelanie Kirsche P5-08: : OpenBio.eu: An extrovert bioinformatics research object repository and workflow management system 🍐 JointAlexandros Kanterakis P5-09: : Pan-cancer Aberrant Pathway Activity Analysis (PAPAA): A Galaxy Operable Machine Learning-Based Pipeline. 🌀 JointVijay Krishna Nagampalli P6-06: : sRNAflow: a tool for analysis of small RNA-seq data 🍐 JointPawel Zayakin P6-10: : The cloud-native Galaxy: Galaxy on Kubernetes 🌀 JointNuwan Goonasekera • Enis Afgan • Alexandru Mahmoud P7-01: : ViPRA-Haplo: de novo reconstruction of viral populations using paired end sequencing data) 🍐 JointWeiling Li P7-03: : Visualization of gene regulation in endothelial cells that are programmed to human pluripotent stem cells and differentiated to endothelial or neuronal cells 🍐 JointLuke Trinity P7-07: Modern Data Visualization in Galaxy with Higlass 🌀 JointAlex Ostrovsky P7-09: Leveraging machine learning techniques and microbiota data for accessible and reproducible biological classification 🌀 JointJayadev Joshi Poster / Demo West Session 2 Joint

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Tuesday, July 21
 

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GigaScience Sponsor Table JointKen Cho • Scott Edmunds • Laurie Goodman P1-02: : A data model approach to data coordination in the Human Tumor Atlas Network project 🍐 JointXengie Doan P1-04: : An automated, accessible proteogenomic pipeline for high confidence detection and rigorous validation of novel peptide sequence variants in Galaxy-P 🌀 JointAndrew T Rajcewski P2-03: : COVID-19 PubSeq: Public SARS-CoV-2 Sequence Resource 🍐 JointAndrea Guarracino P2-06: : CWL-Airflow: a lightweight pipeline manager supporting Common Workflow Language 🍐 JointMichael Kotliar P2-09: : Democratizing DIA analysis on public cloud infrastructures via Galaxy 🌀 JointMatthias Fahrner P2-11: : Development of TranSMART and Applications in Biomedical Research 🍐 JointPeter Rice P2-12: : Dnpatterntools suite for nucleosome positioning sequence patterns 🌀 JointErinija Pranckeviciene P3-05: : EOSC-Nordic Climate Science Workbench roadmap 🌀 JointAnne Fouilloux P3-07: : Evaluating customized database generation methods for metaproteomics analysis within the Galaxy platform 🌀 JointSubina Mehta P3-08: : Evolution of the Nextflow workflow management system 🍐 JointEvan Floden P4-02: : Galaxy enables FAIR mass spectrometry imaging data analysis of urothelial carcinoma tissues 🌀 JointMelanie Föll P4-08: : H3AGWAS: Portable GWAS workflows for African science 🍐 JointBrandenburg Jean-Tristan P4-12: : In silico characterization of FK506-binding proteins in wheat 🌀 JointAnantika Suri P5-02: : Introducing App Store for IGB, a site for sharing and installing extensions for Integrated Genome Browser from BioViz.org 🍐 JointAnn Loraine P5-05: : Nebulizer: a command-line utility for remote Galaxy admin tasks 🌀 JointPeter Briggs P5-06: : New features for GRNsight: a web application for visualizing models of small- to medium-scale gene regulatory networks 🍐 JointKam D. Dahlquist P5-11: : Producing biodiversity indicators from citizen science projects: update of birds and bats monitoring schemes on Galaxy-E 🌀 JointColine Royaux P6-05: : SIMD Everywhere: portable implementations of SIMD intrinsics 🍐 JointEvan Nemerson P6-07: : Survey of metaproteomics software tools for functional microbiome analysis 🌀 JointRay Sajulga P6-09: : Testing and investigating deep learning models for promoter recognition 🍐 JointRaul Ivan Perez Martell P6-11: : The Xena Geneset Viewer provides a visual comparison of pathways over public genomic cancer data 🍐 JointNathan Dunn P7-02: : ViralMSA: massively scalable reference-guided multiple sequence alignment of viral genomes 🍐 JointNiema Moshiri P7-04: : What’s new with nf-core: community-built bioinformatics pipelines 🍐 JointPhil Ewels Poster / Demo West Session 3 Joint

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Wednesday, July 22
 

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Friday, July 24
 

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