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The 2018 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2018) and Bioinformatics Open Source Conference 2018 (BOSC2018) are meeting together in Portland, Oregon, United States, June 25-30, 2018.  There will be two days of training, a two+ day meeting, and four days of intense collaboration.  The meeting features joint & parallel sessions, shared keynotes, poster & demo sessions, birds-of-a-feather, and social events.  GCCBOSC is organized by Oregon Health & Science University and will be at Reed College.

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Wednesday, June 27































B01: Association Mapping and Landscape Genomics of Georeferenced Forest Trees via CartograTree and TreeGenes PAB AtriumTaylor Falk B03: CRI iAtlas: an interactive portal for immuno-oncology research PAB AtriumJames Eddy B05: One Week to 1,000 Whole Genomes with Open Source: Arvados, CWL, and bcbio PAB AtriumPeter Amstutz B07: Classification of short read alignments from xenograft samples PAB AtriumLawrence Heisler B09: Enabling Machine Learning at Scale with “Tiled” Human Genomes PAB AtriumSarah Wait Zaranek B11: flowDashboard: An Interactive Dashboard for Comparative Flow Analysis PAB AtriumTed Laderas B13: READemption - from reads to knowledge PAB AtriumTill Sauerwein B15: RyuGoo-Saba: a CWL-based execution engine utilizing cloud resources for big data analysis in life science PAB AtriumHirotaka Suetake B17: High-performance computing service in the Health Science and Human Services Library at University of Maryland Baltimore PAB AtriumJean-Paul Courneya B19: Reproducible big data science: A case study in continuous FAIRness PAB AtriumRavi K. Madduri B21: FAIRsharing: Working with the community to map the landscape of standards, databases and data policies PAB AtriumMassimiliano Izzo B23: Oxidizing Python: writing extensions in Rust PAB AtriumLuiz Irber B25: The GTrack ecosystem: expressive file formats for genomic track data and metadata - through compilation, exchange, storage and analysis PAB AtriumSveinung Gundersen B27: JASS: a free and open source software for the joint analysis and interactive analysis of GWAS results PAB AtriumHervé Ménager B29: Extended Extraction Transform Load: A novel framework for batch jobs on cloud computing resources PAB AtriumHiromu Ochiai B31: The Arachne Graph Database Server PAB AtriumKyle Ellrott B33: BioThings Hub: An API Gateway for Biomedical Knowledge PAB AtriumSébastien Lelong B35: Modernising somatic mutation calling pipelines with Open Source tools and Containers. PAB AtriumMr Keiran M Raine B37: Accumulating computational resource usage of data analysis workflow to select suitable cloud instance PAB AtriumTazro Ohta B39: CWL-Airflow pipeline manager as a backend for BioWardrobe data analysis platform PAB AtriumAndrey Kartashov B41: Scaling bioinformatics analysis using Nextflow and AWS PAB AtriumFrancesco Strozzi B43: CWLProv - Interoperable retrospective provenance capture and its challenges PAB AtriumFarah Zaib Khan B45: CWL Community Update PAB AtriumMichael R. Crusoe D01: From laptop to super-computer: standardizing installation and management of Galaxy PAB AtriumNuwan Goonasekera D03: Aurora Galaxy Tools: Using R Markdown as a framework to build interactive Galaxy tool output reports PAB AtriumMing Chen D05: Distributed execution of bioinformatics tools on Apache Spark with ADAM and Cannoli PAB AtriumMichael Heuer D07: Building a community menagerie of automated variant validations PAB AtriumBrad Chapman D09: taxa: taxonomic data standards and methods for R and Python PAB AtriumScott Chamberlain G01: Galaxy-E, a first stage towards collaborative data analysis by citizens PAB AtriumYvan Le Bras G03: Predicting Galaxy Tool Runtimes with Random Forests PAB AtriumAnastasia Tyryshkina G05: Galaksio, a more user friendly interface for Galaxy using workflows PAB AtriumTomas Klingström G07: Identifying suitable spliced mapper and genomic assembly for variant detection PAB AtriumAkila Parvathy Dharshini G09: EWAS-Galaxy: a tool suite for population epigenetics integrated into the Galaxy PAB AtriumKrzysztof Poterlowicz G11: Candidate Gene Methylation quantification (CandiMeth) Within the Galaxy Bioinformatics Interface PAB AtriumSara-Jayne Thursby G13: Bacterial genomics in Galaxy PAB AtriumDelphine Lariviére G15: Galaxy in a proteomics core facility PAB AtriumJeremy Volkening G17: Evaluation of moFF and FlashLFQ for label-free peptide quantification in proteomic workflows within the Galaxy-P framework PAB AtriumSubina Mehta G19: Implementation of machine learning algorithms for medulloblastoma classification in a local galaxy server PAB AtriumLuciane Sussuchi Da Silva G21: The Mammalian Ortholog and Annotation Database: enhanced ortholog information with an accurate identifier mapping between NCBI and Ensembl accessible from a Galaxy-server PAB AtriumJochen Bick G23: SECIMTools: A suite of Metabolomics Data Analysis Tools PAB AtriumOleksandr Moskalenko G25: VKMZ: Visualizing Metabolomics on a van Krevelen Diagram through Galaxy PAB AtriumMark Esler G27: BioXSD | BioJSON | BioYAML – towards unified formats for sequences, alignments, features, and annotations PAB AtriumMatus Kalas G29: ELIXIR contributions to the FAIRness of Bioinformatics resources, with bio.tools, Galaxy and CWL PAB AtriumKenzo-Hugo Hillion G31: A fruitful year for the Galaxy Training materials PAB AtriumBérénice Batut G33: Refinery: a data management, analysis, and visualization platform utilizing the Galaxy workbench PAB AtriumScott Ouellette