On June 15th, 2016, our training room at Inria Rennes welcomed 15 people (researchers, engineers and PhD students in bioinformatics) to attend to our first GATB programming day. Quite a success since our room was fully occupied!
During that day, we got into the following topics:
- a theoretical introducton to GATB: the basic concepts
- GATB-Core practical coding session 1: I/O operations on reads files
- the GATB de Bruijn graph API
- GATB-Core practical coding session 2: k-mer and graph APIs in action
- GATB-Core practical coding session 3: writing a short read corrector tool
Tutorial material (sample source codes and test data) is available here: gatb-tutorial.tar.gz (for Linux only).
Stay tuned on our web site: another GATB programming day is coming on Fall 2016!