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28th June 2019: ECN webinar on Multivariate statistics- part 1

The first webinar in a three part series on the theme of multivariate statistics in nutrition will be delivered by Maren Büttner 

How to uncover biological patterns in omics data
Friday 28th June, 16:00 CET

This webinar is targeted at researchers who are using (or plan to use) omic data such as metabolomics, proteomics or transcriptomics to address their research questions. The first part of the webinar will cover how to use principal component analysis (PCA) as a tool for dimensionality reduction and detection of biases. In addition, guidance will be provided on how to select the number of meaningful components and how to interpret the loadings of principal components (if necessary). The second part of the webinar will explore how to complete basic clustering, including hierarchical clustering (e.g. as used in dendrograms), and how to extract groups from it. A practical example of the typical workflow for these analyses will be provided with an R script example for those who use R programming.

Extensive knowledge in R programming is not essential to participate in the webinar but the application of some of the methods is demonstrated in the R environment.

To sign up, please register directly at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/674439732259279361
Kat

 

Re: 28th June 2019: ECN webinar on Multivariate statistics- part 1

Reply #1
Thanks to Maren for a very interesting webinar on multivariate statistics. The link to view the webinar is:

https://vimeo.com/345419433

The Jupyter tutorial and supporting files for the webinar are attached below.
Kat