Project 2012

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Oct 4, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Project

Create an analysis pipeline using Perl to answer
a biological question


2 weeks


Small teams of ~4 students


One report and presention
per student

Heleen de Weerd

Dennis Versluis

Berry Kriesels

Yanick Hagemeijer

Saman
Amini

Wei Chen

Giorgio Tamo

Barsha Poudel

Mushta Rehman

Leila Sharifzadeh Dehkordi

Kamlesh Sahu

Patricia de Lely

Cizar Almalak

Tristan de Jong

Luigi Faino

Dunya Cleijne

Dirk van Vugt

Jitske van der Laan

Joel Klein

Tao Xiang

Xiaoxue Sun

Peter Venhuizen

Ioannis Moustakas

Robert Ernst

Structural Variation

RNA Editing

Teams

Agenda

Daily consultation hours: 3pm
-

5pm

(or questions per mail)


Plan presentation: Tuesday February 28 at 3pm

presentation: 5
-
10 min/group, also include task division


Progress report: Friday March 2
at 1
pm

Final presentation: Friday March 9



Schedule

10.30



start (upload presentations etc.)

11.00
-
12.30


presentations 30 min per group

13.30



start (upload presentations etc.)

14.00
-
15.30


presentations 30 min per group

16.00
-
17.30


drinks



30 min per group:

5 min/student + 10 min discussion


We will be strict about the time schedule, so make sure
to keep your talk to 5 minutes.


Report


deadline: Monday March 12, 23h59



The INDIVIDUAL final report should be about the
COMPLETE project that your group worked on,
with emphasis on the part that you contributed.


Use a normal publication structure with:
introduction, methods, results and discussion
sections (include literature references).


Each group member will be
responsible (‘owner’) of his/her own
part of the solution, and that part of
the software will be taken into
account for the grading (with the
final report and presentation).



Report



You will be graded individually, not as a group: so
we should be able to see what you contributed.


Include a section at the end of your report that
describes everyone’s contribution to the project,
who did what.



Include the Perl code as an appendix with the
author(s) listed.



Remember, keep things as simple as possible, there
will be no extra credits for unnecessary complexity.



And if you have not yet done so, please fill out the:


Online survey BIF30806 Advanced Bioinformatics