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The 2010 DAS Workshop will be held on 7-9 April at the EBI Hinxton campus.

DAS Workshop 2010 Schedule

All 3 days will be held in the EBI training room.

Day 1

Time Title Speaker Resources
8:45 - 9:30 Departure from the Travelodge Cambridge Leisure Park at 08:45 hrs to Campus.
9:30 - 10:00 Coffee is served outside the training room
10:00 - 10:10 Welcome and Introduction to the Workshop Jonathan Warren
10:10 - 10:30 DAS - Introduction/Overview Andy Jenkinson Basic Introduction Technical Introduction
10:30 - 10:40 The DAS Game Rafael Jimenez Game cards
10:40 - 11:40 Hands on DAS Server Tutorials - Setting up a quick source for sharing data with your colleagues using Proserver or MyDAS - The room will be split into two groups: one for Java and one for Perl. Andy Jenkinson, Gustavo Salazar Introduction talk: PPT Java:MyDAS Part 1 Perl:ProServer Part 1
11:40 - 12:15 The DAS Registry and registering your source Jonathan Warren RegistryTutorial2010
12:15 - 13:15 Lunch break
13:15 - 14:15 Tutorial - DAS servers continued Andy Jenkinson, Rafael Jimenez, Gustavo Salazar Java: MyDAS Part 2MyDAS Part 3Perl:ProServer Part 2ProServer Part 3
14:15 - 14:35 DAS clients - Putting it all together Rob Finn 2009 Powerpoint
2009 PDF
14:35 - 15:10 Talk and Tutorial -DAS client libraries to query DAS sources Andy Jenkinson, Rafael Jimenez, Jose Villaveces Javascript:JSDAS Tutorial, Java:Dasobert Tutorial, Perl:Bio::Das::Lite
15:10 - 15:30 Cofee Break
15:30 - 17:00 Hands On Tutorial - continued
17:15 Departure from Campus to Cambridge Leisure Park at circa 17:15 hrs.

Day 2

Time ProjectName Speaker Presentation
8:45 - 9:30 Departure from the Travelodge Cambridge Leisure Park at 08:45 hrs to Campus.
09:30 - 10:00 Arrival - Tea, Coffee.
10:00 Opening talk Tim Hubbard []
10:20 Collaborative genomics with DAS- a new interactive DAS client Thomas Down []
10:40 Progress to report on linking EMBOSS and DAS Peter Rice PPT
11:00 1.6 Spec Summary Jonathan Warren PPT
11:20 easyDAS: a hosted solution for DAS server creation Bernat Gel PPT
11:40 Update on the DAS Registry Jonathan Warren PPT
12:00 DAS service to provide information on 3D motifs- PDBe Adel Golovin []
12:15-13:30 Lunch break
13:30 DAS Writeback and its integration in Dasty2 as a proof of concept Gustavo Salazar PPT SS
13:50 KaryoDAS: An Interactive Genome Visualization Tool Using DECIPHER Data Manuel Corpas (and Eugene Bragin) PPT
14:10 jsDAS: A javascript DAS client library Jose Villaveces (and Bernat Gel) PPT
14:30 Interaction DAS Hagen Blankenburg PDF
14:50 Data integration in ENFIN using standards; the EnCore DAS service Rafael Jimenez PDF, PPT
15:10-15:30 coffee break
15:30 Text Mining DAS source Maximilian Haussler
15:50 Update on the collaborative, web-based version of Apollo Gregg Helt []
16:10 From Pfam Das Alignments to Widgets Prasad Gunasekaran PDF
16:30 Discussion/talk about activity organisation of next day - preliminary groups and chairs of groups
17:10 Bus Leaves for Cambridge Travel Lodge
19:00 Dinner at Alimentum The Private Dining Room 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm sit down.

Day 3

As per other days -Departure from the Travelodge Cambridge Leisure Park at 08:45 hrs to Campus.

Start at 10am

Departure 16:00 hrs form campus to Travellodge in order for people to get planes and trains etc back home.

Finish at 4pm.

Suggested Topics:

doodle poll for expressing interest in topics

Content negotiation and efficient data formats
how / if the big amounts data can be served via das
DAS for high-density quantitative data.
1: From molecules to sets. 2: Other dimensions: Samples.
Writing a DAS client in C
Running DAS on amazon or google app engine. And seeing what changes have to be made to the dazzle code to enable this. I'd favour app engine.
speeding up annotation retrieval for multiple segment IDs (e.g. retrieving all features for a big alignment)
using jsDas with JalviewLite
The semantic web, RDF and DAS.
DAS authentication and security

Actual topics that we discussed:

Authentication and security - see the proposed spec.[1]
Content Negogation and efficient formats- see proposal spec.1.6E content neg.