In this workshop, we will analyze microarray data that were obtained from the GEO database at the NCBI.
GEO is a database that contains expression data such as data from microarray experiments and from Next Generation DNA sequencing experiments like RNA-Seq.
The instructions and links to Geospiza's GeneSifter analysis software (from Geopsiza, Inc.) are available at Digital World Biology.
To get there:
1. Go to Digital World Biology ( www.digitalworldbiology.com )
2. Select "Bioinformatics Tutorials"
3. Select "Exploring with microarrays: how do plants respond to drought?"
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