11 Aug 2016: Find more data by building better search queries Workshop


BRING A DATA BUDDY Workshop: Building better data search queries



Make new connections, learn how to build better data search queries and discover new sources of human genomic data.

BRING A DATA BUDDY Workshop: Building better data search queries

Thursday 11th August: 09:30am - 13:30pm at the Future Business Centre, Cambridge CB4 2HY



Repositive is becoming the go-to-place to find all types of human genomic data. In this workshop, we will explore how to create better search queries on the Repositive platform to enable you to find the most relevant datasets from multiple data sources.

The workshop is also a great opportunity to meet the Repositive team, network with like-minded researchers and utilise our expertise to help you find the data you are looking for!

We will split the attendees into 5-6 groups and each will have a dedicated Repositive employee guiding them. There will be free food and drinks and a competition with prizes! The competition will be hands on, and replicating a real use case chosen by each group. Not only will this teach attendees how to use our platform to find data, but it could also provide new datasets the group can use immediately for their research.



If you would like to attend, please select the number tickets you need for you and your friends / colleagues (a.k.a data buddies). You can select a maximum of 5 tickets.

To make the best use of this workshop we advise that all attendees should have experience searching for human genomic data and/or need this data for their academic or company research.

For more information and to book a ticket(s) CLICK HERE


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IMPORTANT NOTICE
Each attendee will need to bring their own laptop.

DIETARY REQUIREMENTS
There will be a selection of pastries, caffeinated and non-caffeinated beverages on arrival and lunch will be provided for free. If you have any dietary requirements please contact craig@repositive.io

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