This is a two-part workshop. Part1, the morning session (10 am - 12 pm) provides a brief introduction to techniques, platforms, and methods used in chromatin profiling experiments, including Transcription Factor / Histone ChIP-Seq and ATAC-Seq. The afternoon session (1 pm - 3 pm) focuses on hands-on data analysis practice using HSLS-licensed CLC Genomics Workbench and TRANSFAC/Match software.
Participants will learn how to
Experimental biologists seeking to analyze ChIP-Seq data generated through experiments or retrieved from a repository such as GEO. The software covered in the workshop operates through a user-friendly, point-and-click graphical user interface, so neither programming experience nor familiarity with the command line interface is required.
Please include the following statement in the acknowledgments section for all publications, posters, and presentations:
[Software name] licensed through the Molecular Biology Information Service of the Health Sciences Library System, University of Pittsburgh (RRID:SCR_011975) was used for data analysis.
If you used the Pitt-CRC server for CLC Genomics Workbench, then please also include the following text in the acknowledgments section for all publications, posters, and presentations:
This research was supported in part by the University of Pittsburgh Center for Research Computing through the resources provided.