The 1000 Genomes Project is holding a tutorial at ASHG 2012

The tutorial being held at the San Francisco Marriot Marquis from 7pm to 9:00pm on Wednesday 7th November

The 1000 Genomes Project has released the sequence data and an integrated set of variants, genotypes, and haplotypes for the 1092 samples in the phase 1 set, and the sequence data for the phase 2 set. This tutorial describes the data sets, how to access them, and how to use them.

The topics being covered are

1.  (15 min talk, 3 min questions)  Description of the 1000 Genomes data – Mark DePristo [slides]
2.  (15 min talk, 3 min questions)  How to access the data – Laura Clarke [slides]
3.  (15 min talk, 3 min questions)  Structural variants  -- Ryan Mills   [slides]
4.  (15 min talk, 3 min questions)  Population genetic and admixture analyses – Eimear Kenny [slides]
5.  (15 min talk, 3 min questions)  Functional analyses – Ekta Khurana [slides]
6.  (15 min talk, 3 min questions)  How to use the data in disease studies  -- Stephan Ripke
7.  (12 min)   Q&A

A poster was also presented on Wednesday 7th. A copy of the poster is also available on the ftp site

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