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The 2019 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2019) will be held in Freiburg, Germany, 1-8 July.  There will be one day of training, three days of mixed meeting and training, and then two to four days of CollaborationFest.  The meeting features joint & parallel sessions; invited, accepted, and lightning talks; poster and demo sessions; birds-of-a-feather meetups; social events; and training sessions every day.

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Type: C. Posters / Demos / Sponsors, Posters [clear filter]
Tuesday, July 2


Poster 01 A: Alternative Splicing Analysis: The Silencing of the Human Colon Oxidase Complex KonzerthausBeáta Scholtz Poster 04 A: Gene Expression Analysis of In vitro Anti-filarial Activity of Natural and Synthetic Sesquiterpene Lactones from the Plant Neurolaena lobata KonzerthausLizzette Perez-Perez Poster 07 A: Knockdown Effects of MAGOHB on Alternative Splicing Via RNA-Seq Analysis KonzerthausGlory Basumata Poster 10 A: Dima: Data-driven recommendation for a high-performing imputation algorithm KonzerthausJanine Egert Poster 13 A: Evaluation of tools and workflows for database construction for environmental metaproteomics KonzerthausVirginie Jouffret Poster 16 A: Predicting Gene Expression from Histone Modifications and Chronological Age by RNA-Seq Data using Galaxy Machine Learning Tools KonzerthausAlireza Khanteymoori Poster 19 A: EpiGeEC allows fast comparison of user datasets with thousands of public epigenomic datasets through Galaxy KonzerthausJonathan Laperle Poster 22 A: Laniakea: A Galaxy-on-demand Provider Platform Through Cloud Technologies KonzerthausMarco Antonio Tangaro Poster 25 A: Building a Galaxy Trusted Server to Ensure Privacy and Ownership in Genomic Research KonzerthausGuokun Zhang Poster 28 A: InteractoMIX integration in Galaxy KonzerthausPatricia Mirela Bota Poster 31 A: Development and implementation of a Galaxy instance geared towards microbiological applications within an applied public health setting KonzerthausJulien Van Braekel Poster 34 A: A Newly Opened Galaxy Platform at Clermont Auvergne University KonzerthausNadia Goué Poster 37 A: Galaxy Genome Annotation Project: Easier Genome Annotation Using Galaxy and GMOD Tools KonzerthausAnthony Bretaudeau Poster 40 A: Aequatus.js: a plugin to visualise gene trees in Galaxy KonzerthausAnil S. Thanki Poster 43 A: Galaxy and Training: 2019 updates from the Galaxy Training Network KonzerthausBérénice Batut Poster 46 A: Galaxy-E project: 2019 news KonzerthausYvan Le Bras Poster 49 A: Mining hot topics in stem cells by combining text mining and scientometrics KonzerthausZhengyin Hu • Xiaomei Wang Poster 52 A: Poster: Science Data Center BioDATEN in relation to the Galaxy Community KonzerthausBjörn Grüning Session 4: Posters, Demos, and Sponsors Konzerthaus
Wednesday, July 3


Poster 14 B: Modulation of Nav1.5 mechanosensitivity by β1 and β3 subunits KonzerthausMichele Maroni Poster 02 B: Galaxy container for Hinxton Single Cell Interactive Analysis Portal (HiSciAP) KonzerthausJonathan Manning Poster 05 B: Improving Transcriptome Analysis with Molecular Indices and Galaxy KonzerthausBradley W. Langhorst Poster 08 B: Transposon Insertion Sequencing Analysis in Galaxy KonzerthausDelphine Lariviere Poster 11 B: LC-MS/MS tool and interactive visualizations integration on Galaxy Workflow4Metabolomics infrastructure KonzerthausRomain Dallet Poster 17 B: Analysis and visualization of the human cardiac myocyte epigenome using Galaxy KonzerthausRalf Gilsbach Poster 20 B: Testing and Visualizing the State of Galaxy Tools and Workflows KonzerthausMartin Čech Poster 23 B: Galaxy on Kubernetes: where we are and future challenges KonzerthausPablo Moreno Poster 26 B: RealTimeTools: Integrating, Customizing, and Accessing UI-based Tools in Galaxy KonzerthausDaniel Blankenberg Poster 29 B: ARIAWeb: a new web service for automated NMR structure calculation with ARIA KonzerthausFabien Mareuil Poster 32 B: The IRIDA Platform for Microbial Genomics KonzerthausAaron Petkau Poster 35 B: NanoGalaxy: A Galaxy toolkit and workflows for long-read sequencing KonzerthausWillem de Koning Poster 38 B: Visual Refinement of Genome Annotations with Apollo in a Community Environment KonzerthausNathan Dunn Poster 41 B: Training experience on “Data analysis and interpretation for clinical genomics” using Galaxy KonzerthausGianmauro Cuccuru Poster 44 B: A brief overview on how bilille is using Galaxy for sharing knowledge, computational resources & tools. KonzerthausLoïc Couderc Poster 47 B: Climate Analysis with Galaxy KonzerthausAnne Fouilloux Poster 50 B: Using Galaxy for Creation and Execution of Text Mining Workflows in the OpenMinTeD platform KonzerthausDimitrios Galanis Session 10: Posters, Demos, and Sponsors Konzerthaus
Thursday, July 4


16: Poster, Demo, and Sponsor Session Konzerthaus Poster 03 C: Galaxy in fields, gardens and greenhouses for better seeds. KonzerthausMichael Faubladier • Camille Segard • Frederic Sapet Poster 06 C: miRGalaxy: Galaxy tool for miRNA Analysis of NGS datasets (sRNA-seq) KonzerthausIlias Glogovitis Poster 09 C: Development and Deployment of a Workflow for the Genomic Analysis of Campylobacter Jejuni KonzerthausJosé Antonio Barbero Aparicio Poster 12 C: Reproducible and accessible analysis of spatially resolved proteomics and metabolomics data KonzerthausMelanie Föll Poster 15 C: A new Galaxy Wrapper for MaxQuant KonzerthausDamian Glätzer Poster 18 C: Applying new model for predicting effects of gene variants in epigenetic regulators within Galaxy environment KonzerthausTamara Drljača Poster 21 C: Improved Reference Data Management in Galaxy: Towards a Plant Data Analysis Platform KonzerthausIgnacio Eguinoa Poster 24 C: Galaxy on Kubernetes KonzerthausNuwan Goonasekera Poster 27 C: Galaxy on Site: Flexibility without Tears KonzerthausArthur Eschenlauer Poster 30 C: Towards a platform for genomics medicine KonzerthausWolfgang Maier Poster 33 C: HiCExplorer 3: A toolbox for Hi-C data analysis KonzerthausJoachim Wolff Poster 36 C: EDAM: the ontology of bioinformatics operations, types of data, topics, and data formats (2019 update) KonzerthausMatúš Kalaš Poster 39 C: Deployment of Genome Databases for Algae Using Galaxy Genome Annotation KonzerthausLoraine Brillet-Guéguen Poster 42 C: Experience of Galaxy training at a biomedical institute KonzerthausMaria Doyle Poster 45 C: Galaxy-Bricks a Tool for Data Literacy and Scientific Approach Education in the Context of Citizen Science KonzerthausSimon Bénateau Poster 48 C: The ChemicalToolBox - Computational Chemistry in Galaxy KonzerthausSimon Bray Poster 51 C: How Usable is Galaxy? A Usability Evaluation of Galaxy KonzerthausDaniel Brand