Computational Genomics Tutorial

This is an introductory tutorial for learning computational genomics mostly on the Linux command-line. You will learn how to analyse next-generation sequencing (NGS) data. The data you will be using is real research data. The final aim is to identify genome variations in evolved lines of wild yeast that can explain the observed biological phenotypes. Currently Sebastian is teaching this material in the Massey University course Genetics and Evolution.

More information about other bioinformatics material and our research can be found on the webpages of the Schmeier Group (https://sschmeier.com).

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A PDF-version of this tutorial can be downloaded here.

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