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Here you can find training materials on a wide variety of topics from next generation sequencing (NGS) to molecular dynamics. Navigate through various topics on the left side of this page to find an appropriate course.
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NIH Library Training - Data Visualization in R in ggplot

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Location: NIH Main Campus, Building 3, Room 3/1E14
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Determining the effect of a mutation in a protein structure using computational biology – Part 2

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NIH Library Training - Statistical Methods for Complex Sample Survey Data Analysis

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BioC 2019

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Blender_PNG_from_X3D.py

Description: Imports a monochrome .x3d model into Blender and automatically generates a snapshot in .png format and exports a model in .stl format.

Blender_STL_Cleanup.py

Description: Imports a .wrl file into Blender, cleans the mesh, and exports .stl, .x3d, and .blend formats.

Blender_VRML_cleanup_ribbon.py

Description: Imports a .wrl model into Blender and cleans the mesh; exports a .x3d scene, and a model in .blend format. This script is used with molecular ribbon models generated in Chimera, using Chimera_Molecular.py

Blender_Blend_from_X3D Set.py

Description: Imports a generic .x3d into Blender and exports it in .blend format.

Blender_STL_to_X3D.py

Description: Imports a .stl model into Blender, recolors it, and exports in .x3d and .blend formats.

Blender_VRML_Cleanup.py

Description: Imports a .wrl model into Blender and cleans the mesh; exports a .x3d scene, and a model in .blend format. This script is used with molecular surface models generated in Chimera, using Chimera_Molecular.py

Chimera_Volumetric.py

Description: Using UCSF Chimera, generates isosurface meshes from volumetric data (e.g., microscopy image stacks). Outputs monochrome surface as .stl, and radial-colored surface as .wrl.

Chimera_Chem.py

Description: Using UCSF Chimera, generate color and monochrome versions of a small molecule in ball-and-stick, CPK, and stick variations. Models are optimized for 3D printing and exported as .wrl and .stl files.

Chimera_Molecular.py

Description: Using UCSF Chimera, generate several color and monochrome models from molecular data in variations of ribbon and surface structure. Models are optimized for 3D printing and exported as an .x3d scene.

cor_to_pdb.f90

Description: Reads a CHARMM formatted coordinate file and write a PDB formatted coordinate file.

pdb_to_charmm.f90

Description: Reads a PDB file in RCSB or VMD format and writes CHARMM formatted sequence and extended coordinate files.

splitpdb1.sh

Description: Splits a multi-molecular PDB file into individual files.

PrimerID pipeline

Description: Processes data produced using the PrimerID method for amplicon sequencing to generate viral population frequency tables for nucleotides and amino acids.