Empowering Biologists: The Future of Data Insights and Visualization
Are you ready for the future of data insights and visualization?
Getting from infrastructure and database management to sharable and actionable insights is a necessary process for any biotech company. However, teams are often frustrated by isolated and domain-specific tool sets, leaving treacherous and time consuming gaps every step of the way: Infrastructure specialists hand off to data managers, to statisticians, to clinicians and biologists, and management, and back again.
Code Ocean does a lot to help close these gaps. This webinar will specifically focus on how to transform pre-processed data to actionable insights, aligning all stakeholders along the way. We will showcase an example based on single-cell RNA-sequencing data. The concept is widely applicable and from it you will gain useful tips and recommendations, even if the example is not your specific domain.
We’ll cover helpful topics such as:
- Key friction points in R&D workflows caused by infrastructure, and how to solve them
- How to use your visualization tool of choice in a framework that’s continuous with your compute and data management systems (Shiny, with Docker, AWS, and Git)
- How an integrated, end-to-end bioinformatic process can look, as shown on single-cell RNA-seq data
- And more!
Emily So is currently a MSc candidate at the University of Toronto, conducting research in single-cell genomics at Princess Margaret Cancer Center.