There is plenty of GMOD content at the Plant and Animal Genomes (PAG) conference in January 2014. In addition to the day-long workshop on GMOD tools, there are also posters and presentations from many GMOD users, as well as from developers of GMOD tools. See Scott Cain's flickr set of poster pictures that show GMOD software in use.
PAG XXII is followed by the GMOD Community Meeting on January 16th and 17th.
Core GMOD Content
There are a number of items focussed on the tools and services that GMOD provides. These are:
|11 Jan. (Sat.)||4:00 pm - 6:10 pm||Next Generation Genome Annotation and Analysis||MAKER|
|12 Jan. (Sun.)||1:30 pm - 3:40 pm||JBrowse Installation and Configuration Workshop||JBrowse||VM Download|
|13 Jan. (Mon.)||10:00 am - 11:30 am||GMOD in the Cloud and GMOD in a Box Poster||see poster title||Poster|
|14 Jan (Tues.)||4:00 pm - 6:10 pm||Galaxy for NGS Data Analysis: A Hands-on Workshop||Galaxy||Slides|
|15 Jan. (Wed.)||10:30 am - 5:00 pm||GMOD Workshop||see below|
All Day GMOD Workshop
The GMOD workshop on Wednesday January 15th will be held in the Golden West room. The schedule will be as follows:
Please note that the schedule on the PAG website does not include a lunch break. Please use the schedule below instead!
|10:30 AM - 11:10 AM||W395 - GMOD in the Cloud||Scott Cain, GMOD Coordinator|
|11:10 AM - 11:50 AM||W396 - URGI Plant and Fungi Platform: Distributed Resources through GMOD Tools||URGI team|
|11:50 AM - 12:30 PM||W397 - Galaxy CloudMan: A Gentle Introduction to Data Analysis on the Cloud, Slides||Dave Clements, Galaxy Project|
|1:30 PM - 2:10 PM||W398 - JBrowse: A Next-Generation Genome Browser||Robert Buels, JBrowse developer|
|2:10 PM - 2:50 PM||W399 - MAKER||Carson Holt, MAKER developer|
|3:05 PM - 3:45 PM||W400 - WebApollo: A Web-based Sequence Annotation Editor for Distributed Community Annotation||Robert Buels, JBrowse developer, Ed Lee WebApollo developer|
|3:45 PM - 4:25 PM||W401 - Tripal||Lacey-Anne Sanderson, Stephen P. Ficklin, Tripal developers|
GMOD Consumers and Providers
There are also many groups who use GMOD components showing posters, and giving presentations and workshops; here is a small selection: