Welcome to ANGUS!

Note

These tutorials are checked at the time of posting, but many are now quite old and out of date. The GED Lab does maintain a set of up-to-date tutorials on sequence analysis, the khmer protocols, which may cover similar topics.

ANGUS is a site initially built around the 2010 course on Analyzing Next-Generation Sequencing Data. It contains a number of detailed tutorials on mapping, assembly, mRNAseq, ChIP-seq, and resequencing analysis. Enjoy!

Major updates and news on future courses (this and others!) will be posted to the ngs-course-announce mailing list; join to keep up.

We would like to especially thank the MSU Gene Expression in Development and Disease Focus Group for funding this course!

If this is your first visit, you should probably either look through the Tutorials or jump right into A Speedy Introduction to Sequence Analysis in the Cloud.

Contents:

Authors (alphabetical by last name)

Istvan Albert

C Titus Brown

Rosangela Canino-Koning

Amanda Charbonneau

Chris Chandler

Adina Chuang Howe

Ian Dworkin

Josh Herr

Elijah Lowe

Likit Preeyanon

Tracy Teal

Qingpeng Zhang

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