This workshop is open to everybody interested in Galaxy and consists of two main parts:
The first part of the workshop (ca 90 min) will introduce attendees to Galaxy’s ecosystem and capabilities. We will walk through the interface and have hands-on experience with uploading data, running tools, working with Galaxy history, and creating a reusable Galaxy workflow.
The second part (ca 60 min) consists of a guest speaker Simon Bray from the University of Freiburg presenting his insights on using Galaxy in the domain of Computational Chemistry. This session will give an overview of the ChemicalToolbox, a Galaxy-based web server for computational chemistry accessible at https://cheminformatics.usegalaxy.eu, and discuss some of the tools and workflows available in Galaxy for virtual screening and molecular dynamics.
Registration is closed. Due to hands-on concept we have to limit number of participants to 40.
ELIXIR CZ at IOCB AS CR, Czech Republic