SeBiMER is the Bioinformatics Core Facility of IFREMER, the French National Institute for Ocean Science. SeBiMER is in charge of providing a large community of marine biologists with all the requirements (knowledge, softwares and data) to handle small and large scale bioinformatics projects, in a broad range of fields such as metabarcoding (eDNA), (meta-)transcriptomics and genomes assembly & annotaton.
Space: Independent Teams
SEEK ID: https://workflowhub.eu/projects/47
Public web page: https://ifremer-bioinformatics.github.io/
Organisms: No Organisms specified
WorkflowHub PALs: No PALs for this Team
Team created: 8th Jul 2021
Expertise: Bioinformatics, Biostatistics, Metabarcoding, Metagenomics
A space managed by WorkflowHub administrators for teams that don't want/need to manage their own space.
Teams: IBISBA Workflows, NMR Workflow, UNLOCK, NanoGalaxy, Galaxy Climate, PNDB, IMBforge, COVID-19 PubSeq: Public SARS-CoV-2 Sequence Resource, LBI-RUD, Nick-test-team, usegalaxy-eu, Italy-Covid-data-Portal, UX trial team, Integrated and Urban Plant Pathology Laboratory, SARS-CoV-2 Data Hubs, lmjxteam2, virAnnot pipeline, Ay Lab, iPC: individualizedPaediatricCure, Harkany Lab, Genomics Coordination Center, EJPRD WP13 case-studies workflows, Common Workflow Language (CWL) community, Testing, SeBiMER, IAA-CSIC, MAB - ATGC, Probabilistic graphical models, GenX, Snakemake-Workflows, ODA, IPK BIT, CO2MICS Lab, FAME, CHU Limoges - UF9481 Bioinformatique / CNR Herpesvirus, Quadram Institute Bioscience - Bioinformatics, HecatombDevelopment, Institute of Human Genetics, Testing RO Crates, Test Team, Applied Computational Biology at IEG/HMGU, INFRAFRONTIER workflows, OME, TransBioNet, OpenEBench, Galaxycompchem, Bioinformatics and Biostatistics (BIO2 ) Core, VIB Bioinformatics Core, CRC Cohort, ICAN, MustafaVoh, Single Cell Unit, CO-Graph, emo-bon, TestEMBL-EBIOntology, CINECA, Toxicology community, Pitagora-Network, Workflows Australia, Medizinisches Proteom-Center, Medical Bioinformatics, AGRF BIO, EU-Openscreen, X-omics, ELIXIR Belgium, URGI, Size Inc, GA-VirReport Team, The Boucher Lab, Cluster Emergent del Cervell Humà, Air Quality Prediction, pyiron, CAPSID, Edinburgh Genomics, Defragmentation TS, NBIS, Phytoplankton Analysis, Seq4AMR, Workflow registry test, Read2Map, SKM3, ParslRNA-Seq: an efficient and scalable RNAseq analysis workflow for studies of differentiated gene expression, de.NBI Cloud, Meta-NanoSim, ILVO Plant Health, EMERGEN-BIOINFO, KircherLab, Apis-wings, BCCM_ULC, Dessimoz Lab, TRON gGmbH, GEMS at MLZ, Computational Science at HZDR, Big data in biomedicine, TRE-FX, MISTIC, Guigó lab, Statistical genetics, Delineating Regions-of-interest for Mass Spectrometry Imaging by Multimodally Corroborated Spatial Segmentation, DLSW, Bioinformatics Unit @ CRG, Bioinformatics Innovation Lab, BSC-CES, ELIXIR Proteomics, Black Ochre Data Labs, Zavolan Lab, Metabolomics-Reproducibility, Team Cardio, NGFF Tools, Bioinformatics workflows for life science, Workflows for geographic science, Pacific-deep-sea-sponges-microbiome, CSFG, SNAKE, Katdetectr, INFRAFRONTIER GmbH, PerMedCoE, EuroScienceGateway
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SAMBA is a FAIR scalable workflow integrating, into a unique tool, state-of-the-art bioinformatics and statistical methods to conduct reproducible eDNA analyses using Nextflow. SAMBA starts processing by verifying integrity of raw reads and metadata. Then all bioinformatics processing is done using commonly used procedure (QIIME 2 and DADA2) but adds new steps relying on dbOTU3 and microDecon to build high quality ASV count tables. Extended statistical analyses are also performed. Finally, SAMBA ...
Creators: Cyril Noel, Alexandre Cormier, Laura Leroi, Patrick Durand, Laure Quintric
Submitter: Cyril Noel
ORSON combine state-of-the-art tools for annotation processes within a Nextflow pipeline: sequence similarity search (PLAST, BLAST or Diamond), functional annotation retrieval (BeeDeeM) and functional prediction (InterProScan). When required, BUSCO completness evaluation and eggNOG Orthogroup annotation can be activated. While ORSON results can be analyzed through the command-line, it also offers the possibility to be compatible with BlastViewer or Blast2GO graphical tools.
Creators: Cyril Noel, Alexandre Cormier, Patrick Durand, Laura Leroi, Pierre Cuzin
Submitter: Patrick Durand