The NCI organized a symposium to broadly assess the landscape of personal control of genomic data. We focused the meeting on the patient, research participant, and personal perspectives. The Symposium drew 200 in-person participants and over 300 online.
This workshop introduces ATAC-Seq, quality control approaches, isolating nucleosome compartments, and profile plots and heatmaps.
In a series of talks and exercises, I cover introduction to R, Bioconductor, genomic ranges, container classes, annotation of genes and regions, ATAC-Seq data analysis, and an introduction to machine learning.
In this post, I will quickly build a docker image containing the sra-toolkit and a key for dbGaP downloads. Because the key file is private, I will be using the secure Google Container Registry to store the image for later use in genomics workflows.
Background Container technologies like docker enable quick and easy encapsulation of software, dependencies, and operating systems. One or more containers can render entire software ecosystems portable, enhance reproducibility and reusability, and facilitate sharing of software, tools, and even infrastructure.