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  • Free Avadis NGS webinar on 23 February 2011

    Want to find out more about Avadis NGS and how it can help you analyze RNA-Seq, DNA-Seq or ChIP-Seq data? Just register for our free interactive webinar at:

    http://www.avadis-ngs.com/webinar_registration

    The webinar is scheduled on 23 February 2011, 07:00 hrs San Francisco Time
    (10:00 hrs New York Time, 15:00 hrs London Time, 20:30 hrs Mumbai Time).

    At the webinar, Thon de Boer, Avadis NGS Product Manager with Strand Scientific Intelligence, will tell you more about Avadis NGS’ analysis workflows and their individual features, like:
    • detecting SNPs and predicting their effects,
    • identifying InDels
    • detecting novel splice junctions and novel genes
    • gene ontology analysis
    • and pathway analysis.


    You’ll also get the chance to ask him any related questions you might have after the presentation.

    We hope you can join the event!

    The Avadis NGS team

  • #2
    comment about Webinar

    I have attended couple of these webinars from Strand in the past and has one suggestion. They need to discuss more of RNA-seq data analysis than spending lot of time in pathway analysis that will be more useful and will attract more customers. Just a suggestion please.

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    • #3
      More detailed Avadis NGS webinars coming soon!

      Thank you honey for your feedback on our introductory webinars.

      We are already working on more detailed seminars on just RNA-Seq and the other workflows, which will be available soon. For now we are running a more general webinar that only shows the four major end points of the RNA-Seq workflow as part of the presentation of all three available workflows (RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq and DNA-Seq).

      But for those of you who can't wait, we can arrange private seminars on a topic specified by you. Just ask us through our website:

      www.avadis-ngs.com/webinar_registration

      The Avadis NGS team

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      • #4
        New webinars on RNA-Seq in Avadis NGS in March 2011

        Dear all,

        as requested by many of those who attended our introductory webinars (like honey), we are now offering free webinars specialising on RNA-Seq data analysis in Avadis NGS. Just register via our website!

        The new RNA-Seq webinar will last about 45 minutes and covers some of the most important workflow steps in an RNA-Seq experiment, including:
        • gene expression analysis
        • differential splicing analysis
        • identifying novel genes and exons
        • detecting SNPs

        And for those of you who haven't had a chance to see our introductory webinar, covering the basics on all three experiment types (RNA-Seq, ChIP-Seq and DNA-Seq), there's two more dates for you to sign up for this week:

        Introductory Webinar Schedule:

        Wednesday, 16 March 2011
        09:00 hrs – Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco)
        12:00 hrs – Eastern Standard Time (New York)
        17:00 hrs – European Time (Berlin, GMT)

        Thursday, 17 March 2011
        11:00 hrs – European Time (Berlin)
        15:30 hrs – Indian Standard Time (Mumbai)
        18:00 hrs – China Time (Beijing)

        RNA-Seq Webinar Schedule:

        Thursday, 24 March 2011
        08:00 hrs – Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco)
        11:00 hrs – Eastern Standard Time (New York)
        16:00 hrs – European Time (Berlin)

        Monday, 28 March 2011
        09:00 hrs – Pacific Standard Time (San Francisco)
        12:00 hrs – Eastern Standard Time (New York)
        18:00 hrs – European Time (Berlin)

        Wednesday, 30 March 2011
        11:00 hrs – European Time (Berlin)
        14:30 hrs – Indian Standard Time (Mumbai)
        17:00 hrs – China Time (Beijing)

        We hope you can make it to one of these events!

        The Avadis NGS Team
        Last edited by Strand SI; 03-14-2011, 11:30 PM.

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        • #5
          Thanks and will attend

          I will attend the RNA-seq discussion and bring back my views in theforum.

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