Workshop: Computational Analysis of Ancient Genomes:
The workshop will be held on 15-17 November 2019 and is free of charge. We will cover topics in population genetics, including raw data processing, PCA, f-statistics and ADMIXTURE.
– Being able to use Unix
– Knowing about the common biological data formats (see github page)
– Being familiar with the common programs (see github page)
– Reading previously published Anatolian ancient DNA articles (see github page)
– Having a laptop
NOTE: You need to pass the pre-quiz to be accepted to the workshop!
Please see the github page of the workshop for detailed information.
– Everyone who meets the prerequisites is eligible.
– priority will be given to the applicants:
*who didn’t take a similar course or join a similar workshop.
*who are PhD or MSc students; or Post-Docs who recently started.
*who are from diverse cultures and institutions.
Application: Applicants should fill in the electronic form on the github page.
Application Deadline: 10 November 2019 23:59
For your questions regarding the workshop please contact
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