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Start Date: 07/11/2017
End Date: 07/11/2017
Venue: Lund, Sweden
Genome Diagnostics Nijmegen
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The NGS Data Analysis Workshop 2017 in Sweden is led by Genome Diagnostics Nijmegen. It is held on the 7th November at Lund University, Sweden. The course will be useful for people who are not too experienced in data-analysis but have already some knowledge about NGS. The course will start by providing a good overview of the raw sequencing data, an explanation about the formats and how delegates can check the quality of the data. Following on from this and during the NGS Diagnostics interpretation sections delegates will learn how to work with the analyzed data, how they should interpret the data and how to prioritize the variants to look for the interesting ones.
This workshop will be hands-on, so all delegates will need to bring their own laptop.
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