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  1. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : Transcriptomes for population genomics and expression analysis

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Pierre De Wit

    The original slides can be found here. The original course video can be found here. Pierre De Wit, a researcher in biology and environmental science at the University of Gothenburg, explains the benefits and drawbacks of using transcriptomes for population genomics, as part of a population …

  2. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : RAD/GBS clustering strategies

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Nancy Chen

    The original course video can be found here. Exercises (and others) files came from here. Nancy Chen, a graduate student in ecology and evolutionary biology, gives an overview of reference-free approaches for analyzing RAD-seq data, as part of a population genomics workshop at Cornell …

  3. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : Genetic map-assisted analyses, Mendelian filtering

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Nancy Chen

    The original course video can be found here. Exercises (and others) files came from here. Nancy Chen, a graduate student in ecology and evolutionary biology, gives an overview of reference-free approaches for analyzing RAD-seq data, as part of a population genomics workshop at Cornell …

  4. Javascript and HTML5 programming

    07 Oct 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): olivier sallou

    This course introduce Javascript programming and all the HTML5 new features. It provides a presentation and exercices with solution.

  5. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : Signals of adaptation in genomes – where are they and how do we identify them?

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Andrew G. Clark

    The original slides can be found here. The original course video can be found here. Andy Clark, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Population Genetics and Nancy and Peter Meinig Family Investigator, explains how to find and identify signals of adaptation in genomes, as part of a population …

  6. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : Genomic sampling overview – reduced representation strategies

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Matthew Hare

    The original slides can be found here. The original course video can be found here. Matthew Hare, associate professor of natural resources, gives an overview of reduced representation strategies for genomic sampling, as part of a population genomics workshop at Cornell University, July 23-24, …

  7. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : How I learned to stop worrying and embrace uncertainty: new models and data to transform population genomics

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Alex Buerkle

    The original slides can be found here. The original course video can be found here. Alex Buerkle, associate professor of evolutionary genetics at the University of Wyoming, introduces participants to applications of next generation sequence data, as part of a population genomics workshop at …

  8. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : Transcriptome de novo assembly – algorithms and pipelines

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Pierre De Wit

    The original notes on Alignment, count and visualization can be found here. The original notes on QC & Assembly can be found here. Exercises (and others) files came from here. The original course video on Exercise: Transcriptome de novo assembly - algorithms and pipelines. The original …

  9. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : Hierarchical models for allele frequencies

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Alex Buerkle

    The original notes can be found here. Exercises (and others) files came from here. The original course video on A family of models for population allele frequencies applied to indexed individuals or population pools. The original Text file with all R commands used in class …

  10. Genomics for Nonmodel Organisms Workshop 2013 : Probability basics for models of SNPs and genotypes

    19 Nov 2013 | Courses | Contributor(s): Alex Buerkle

    The original notes can be found here. Exercises (and others) files came from here. The original course video on Probability basics for models of SNPs and genotypes. The original Text file with all R commands used in class commands.R. The original Text files with different JAGS models …