Bioinformatics trainings

We propose several bioinformatics trainings for biologists :

  • NGS data analysis on command line

This hands-on course will teach bioinformatic approaches for analyzing Illumina sequencing data. Our goal is to introduce the command line skills you need to make the most of your NGS data.
During this 4-day training we will first introduce the Linux environment, shell commands and basic R scripting. And then we will focus on two NGS data analyses — small RNA-seq and RNA-seq — based on published datasets from the model organism Arabidopsis thaliana.

Next session: March 11-12-14 & 15, 2024
Duration: 4 days
Registrations: before february, the 18th
Link to the tutorial:
Contact: Valérie Cognat

  • R for graphs and stats

The aim of this training is to teach you how to use R to make your graphs and do simple statistical tests to analyse your datasets. It is made for begginers in R.
The course will be available online. You will have to follow the different tutorials and do the exercices. Each week there will be a face-to-face checkpoint to correct the exercices and go further.

Next session: June 2024
Duration: ~ 15 hours (4 sessions of 2h + homework)
Contact: Stéfanie Graindorge

  • FAIR principles applied to bioinformatics

This course – in French – introduces several tools to improve the reproducibility of the analyses. This training is a local session of the IFB training « FAIR bioinfo » and is co-organized by IBMP and IGBMC.

Next session: April 9 – 11, 2024
Registrations: URFIST Strasbourg
Link to the tutorial :
Contact: Valérie Cognat

  • Open Science and DMP

This course – in French – presents the FAIR principles for the management of research data in the life science. This training is a local session of the IFB training « FAIR data » and is co-organized by IBMP, ICube and IGBMC.

Link to the tutorial :
Contact: Valérie Cognat