Presentations

Araport Project Overview Leaflet published Jun 23, 2016
 
 
Workshop 1 - A guided tour of Araport

Agnes Chan, J. Craig Venter Institute
Workshop 2 - Module Development for Araport

Jason Miller, J. Craig Venter Institute
Workshop 3 - User friendly tools for the Arabidopsis thaliana 1001 Genomes

Beth Rowan, Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology
Workshop 4 - HRGRN: enabling graph search and integrative analysis of Arabidopsis signaling transduction, metabolism and gene regulation networks

Xinbin Dai, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
Workshop 5 - PMR metabolomics and transcriptomics database and its RESTful web APIs: A data sharing resource

Manhoi Hur, Iowa State University
Workshop 6 - ProtAnnot: visualizing effects of alternative splicing and transcription on protein sequence and function in a genome browser

Ann Loraine, UNC-Charlotte
Workshop 7 - Predicting differential intron retention with iDiffIR

Michael Hamilton , Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA
Araport Project Overview Leaflet published Aug 6, 2015
 
 
Plenary - Araport: your one-stop-shop for Arabidopsis data in the 21st century

Chris Town, J. Craig Venter Institute
Workshop - 1. A Guided Tour of Araport

 

Agnes Chan, J. Craig Venter Institute
Workshop - 2. Developing Apps: Exposing your data through Araport

Matt Vaughn, Texas Advanced Computing Center
Workshop - 3. A Community Collaborator Perspective: Case study 1 BioAnalytic Resource

Nick Provart, University of Toronto
Workshop - 4. A Community Collaborator Perspective: Case study 2 Small RNA DBs

Blake Meyers, University of Delaware
Poster - Araport, A “One-Stop” data shop for the 21st century

 
Poster - A refined annotation release (Araport11) for Arabidopsis thaliana
 
 
Workshop - JBrowse within the Arabidopsis Information Portal

Vivek Krishnakumar, J. Craig Venter Institute
Workshop - Tripal within the Arabidopsis Information Portal

Vivek Krishnakumar, J. Craig Venter Institute
Justin Preece, Oregon State University
Matt Vaughn, Texas Advanced Computing Center