Workshop: Single-cell resources of the UCSC Genome Browser
- Regular Member - Free!
- Early Career Member - Free!
- Resident/Clinical Fellow Member - Free!
- Postdoctoral Fellow Member - Free!
- Graduate Student Member - Free!
- Undergraduate Student Member - Free!
- Emeritus Member - Free!
- Life Member - Free!
- Trainee Member - Free!
Robert Kuhn, PhD, now retired as long-time Associate Director of the UCSC Genome Browser, will present the single-cell resources of the Genome Browser. Single-cell data provides unprecedented resolution within tissues to observe the gene-expression patterns in tissues, but it also produces mountains of data stored in hundreds of tables. Participants will explore the resources and learn how to filter data along the many dimensions.
• Single-cell data offers a very specific gene expression view of the many cell types in a tissue.
• The UCSC Genome Browser displays single-cell data on hg38 from many projects.
• A new Browser feature, faceting, allows filtering of data along many dimensions.
• The workshop will provide guidance and experience with working with these data.