There will be a GMOD Community Meeting, 6-7 August, 2009 at the University
of Oxford, in Oxford, UK.
GMOD (http://gmod.org) is a collection of interoperable, open-source
software components for managing, visualizing, annotating, and sharing
biological data. GMOD is also a community of users and developers
addressing common challenges with their biological data. The popularity of
next generation sequencing and other high-throughput methods has made this
GMOD meeting particularly timely.
GMOD meetings are an excellent opportunity to learn best practices from
other researchers, to meet GMOD users and developers, and to learn and
affect what is coming in the project. As with previous meetings, there will
be a mixture of project talks, component-focused talks, and user talks.
Registration for the meeting is now open and space is available on a first
come, first served basis. Attendance is limited to the first 55 people to
register. The meeting cost is £50.
See http://gmod.org/wiki/August_2009_GMOD_Meeting to register for more.
Please join us in Oxford this August.
GMOD Help Desk
Register now for the August GMOD Meeting: