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This workshop will feature in-depth training on the BioCyc pathway/genome databases and software tools given by BioCyc staff, with a focus on recently added features and functions. An opportunity to provide feedback on future BioCyc development plans will follow the training. Topics covered will include:
Introduction to BioCyc
* Database selection
* Search operations
* Principal information pages: Gene, operon, metabolite, reaction, and pathway pages
* BLAST search, sequence pattern search, extracting sequences
Transcriptomics and Metabolomics data analysis
* Metabolic network browser
* Displaying high-throughput data on individual pathways and metabolic network diagrams
* Omics Dashboard
SmartTables and comparative analysis
* Using SmartTables to store, share, and analyze lists of genes and metabolites
* Genome browser and comparative genome browser
* Comparative analysis tables
The workshop will be held on Zoom. You will receive the Zoom information after you register (see registration link).