Data & technology session



April 16

14:45 - 15:05 Andra Waagmeester, Maastricht University
Visualizing Biological Linked Open Data
15:05 - 15:25 George Byelas, UMC Groningen
Towards visual analytics to aid understanding and design of
large complex bio-workflows
15:25 - 15:45 Anwesha Dutta, Maastricht University
PathVisio 3: new features for pathway analysis and visualization

April 17

11:15 - 11:35 Leon Mei, NBIC, BioAssist
NBIC Galaxy at SURFsara's HPC Cloud
11:35 - 11:55 Brett G. Olivier, VU University Amsterdam
Genome Scale Models: standards, software and interoperability
11:55 - 12:15 Martijn Vermaat, Leiden University Medical Center
Towards a platform for sharing NGS variants in medical
research and diagnostics

The parallel session on Data & Technology is open for abstract submissions on any subject related to data management, data stewardship and data interoperability.

Suitable submissions could e.g. deal with planning experiments for data re-use, innovative data sharing or storage techniques, planning of the data life-cycle, data and workflow provenance, results from integration of multi-omics information or omics and non-omics data, or applications of tools outside the sector of their original development (e.g. a tool primarily developed for human medical data applied in agricultural or industrial bio-informatics).

Submissions will be reviewed and selected by a subset of the program committee.

An abstract can be submitted via the abstract submission form of the NBIC2013. Please select the 'Data & Technology session' while submitting your abstract.


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