Bioinformatics Clinics

Emily Chambers
10 December 2019 00:00

Bioinformatics Clinics held at Sheffield University

The Sheffield Bioinformatics Core team are currently holding coding clinics available every fortnight on Mondays at 2pm and 3pm. The clinics are available for all University of Sheffield researchers and students to get help and support with bioinformatics and data analysis problems. At each session members of the Sheffield Bioinformatic Core will be available to offer help and advice.

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Sheffield Bioinfromatics Clinics

We can help with:

  • Coding issues and improvements
  • Submitting jobs on the HPC
  • Data visualisation
  • Experimental design
  • Help with accessing large data

Here’s what some of our previous attendees thought about the clinics:

Not only helped with my issues on a number of occasions but have also ensured that I’ve understood how to fix the problem. I can’t describe how helpful the clinic has been to my research!!!

Invaluable service. I worked 2 days on correcting error codes for a filtering package to no avail. 30 minutes into a clinic, we had solved the error together

The issue I needed addressing was resolved. Nobody in my group had the expertise to do this. The clinic allowed me to be able to continue analysing my data.

For queries relating to collaborating with the Bioinformatics Core team on projects:

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Requests for a Bioinformatics support clinic can be made via the Research Software Engineering (RSE) code clinic system. This is monitored by Bioinformatics Core staff, so we will ensure the appropriate expertise (which may involve individuals from multiple teams) will be available to help you

Queries regarding sequencing and library preparation provision at The University of Sheffield should be directed to the Multi-omics facility in SITraN or the Genomics Laboratory in Biosciences.