Classifying Transposable Elements with Earl Grey TE¶
This session is part of Biodiversity Genomics Academy 2023
SNSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Université de Neuchâtel
By the end of this session you will:
- Be aware of the challenges of accurate TE annotation
- Have experience of setting up the Earl Grey TE annotation environment
- Have experience of annotating a genome assembly with Earl Grey, and of interpreting the results
- Basic understanding of transposable element classes
- Basic understanding of linux operating systems, including navigating folder structures and running commands
- Awareness of package managers might be useful (ie Conda/Docker), but not essential
Please make sure you MEET THE PREREQUISITES and READ THE DESCRIPTION above
You will get the most out of this session if you meet the prerequisites above.
Please also read the description carefully to see if this session is relevant to you.
If you don't meet the prerequisites or change your mind based on the description or are no longer available at the session time, please email tol-training at sanger.ac.uk to cancel your slot so that someone else on the waitlist might attend.
If you would like some more information about the thought process behind Earl Grey, you can check out the preprint here. Alternatively, you can get an idea of the interface and output files by checking out the Earl Grey Github Repository.