Julianus Pfeuffer, Timo Sachsenberg (CIBI)
28-02-2016, 1 pm - 5:30 pm
Department of Chemistry, University of Hamburg Martin-Luther-King-Platz 6, 20146 Hamburg
This DGMS workshop aims at mainly two groups:
bioinformaticians with background in computational mass spectrometry or experimentalists interested in workflow construction or 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. For participants with advanced background in computational mass spectrometry or workflow system, we intersperse topics like, e.g. integration of R scripts for statistical analysis.
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 mass spectrometry data
Users should be acquainted with mass spectrometry terms and data.
workflows, mass spectrometry, KNIME, OpenMS, automated analysis