This course runs annually tipically in January/February. The 4th edition was held 8th/9th of January at the Life Sciences building. Dates for 2021 will be announced in the second half of 2020.
This course is of interest to to anyone who is undertaking or planning to undertake analysis of metabolomics data or is keen to refresh concepts about considerations when analysing -omics datasets.
The course covers normalisation, basic univariate and multivariate analysis employing NMR metabolomics programs, bespokely developed in-house by the Computational Biology Facility, for use in the programming language R. The course has been designed such as no prior knowledge of R is required although it can be beneficial.
It was great to be able to work on my own data and example datasets with the support of statisticians/metabolomics experts on hand. I feel much more confident about what I am doing. It was a chance for me to use R for the first time.Dr Angharad Care, Liverpool Women’s Hospital
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