Educators:
Fabian Aicheler, Marc Rurik, Timo Sachsenberg (CIBI)

Date:
April 26, 2016, 13 am - 16 pm

Location:
CRONA, University Hospital Tübingen, Seminar room: 220 (level 4)

Contents:
This CIBI organized teaching event is targeted at experimentalists and data analysts interested in metabolomics workflow construction using KNIME and OpenMS.
We start with a gentle introduction to the powerful workflow system KNIME and the OpenMS pipeline tools. Hands-on material is provided and includes step-by-step instructions that guides participants with no or little background in the construction of basic analysis workflows. In addition to highly customizable workflows in KNIME, we also give a brief introduction to the commercial Thermo Compound Discoverer application and show how an OpenMS workflow can be integrated as a community extension.

Learning goals:
- Overview on the workflow system KNIME and OpenMS
- Understanding and applying the concept of automated processing pipelines
- Construction of simple workflows for the analysis of metabolomics data
- Brief introduction to Compound Discoverer and OpenMS community nodes

Prerequisites:
Users should be acquainted with mass spectrometry terms and data.

Keywords:
workflows, mass spectrometry, KNIME, OpenMS, automated analysis

Tools:
KNIME, OpenMS, Compound Discoverer

Contact:
If you want to take only part in the de.NBI teaching event Workflow based metabolomics, please contact:
Timo Sachsenberg, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you want to register for the full, two day Metabolomics in Biomedical Research workshop (including the de.NBI teaching event: Workflow based metabolomics):
Registration link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Bgh3-8zCAglNM19Np1kdYbRRnIzN7FNkw28B_vscC7c/viewform?c=0&w=1

Program link: https://www.uni-tuebingen.de/einrichtungen/zentrale-einrichtungen/zentrum-fuer-quantitative-biologie-qbic.html