It´s easy to strengthen your analysis using public data from SRA, GEO and TCGA
Data from many studies is made available to the research community in a variety of repositories. Many new studies include RNA sequencing data. The Sequence Read Archive (SRA), available at the NCBI servers and in the cloud, is the largest publicly available repository of high throughput sequencing data. It stores raw sequencing data and alignment information.
In upcoming webinar we will go through the steps required to download data with the SRA toolkit and detailed descriptions below on how to align and normalize data before it is imported into Qlucore Omics Explorer.
- How to use the SRA toolkit to download fastq files from an SRA project
- How to use an aligner to convert fastq files into BAM files
- How to import and normalize the BAM files in Omics Explorer
We will also show how to download GEO soft files from GEO and TCGA mRNA data from GDAC (Broad Institute), as well as how to import 10X Genomics Cell Ranger data from GEO.
UPCOMING WEBINAR: “Import and analyze public data from SRA, GEO and TCGA in Qlucore Omics Explorer”, March 2nd, 2021, 16:00 (GMT +1)
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