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Oral communications

The following works have been selected for oral communication
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  • FAIRDOM: Reproducible Systems Biology through FAIR Asset Management
    Natalie Stanford, Finn Bacall, Martin Golebiewski, Olga Krebs, Rostyk Kuzyakiv, Quyen Nguyen, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Jakub Straszewski, Dawie van Niekerk, Alan Williams, Katy Wolstencroft, Lars Malmstroem, Bernd Rinn, Jacky Snoep, Wolfgang Müller and Carole Goble
  • The Galaxy tool lifecycle supporting reproducibility in scientific research
    Björn Grüning and Dannon Baker
  • Pharmacophore modeling, virtual computational screening and biological evaluation studies
    Serena Dotolo and Angelo Facchiano
  • BioShaDock: a Docker-based tools registry towards a bioinformatics reproducibility usage
    Olivier Sallou and Francois Moreews
  • Impact of Software Environment on Replicability of Biomedical Workflows
    Tomasz Miksa
  • A Pipeline for the Reconstruction of Cancer Progression Models Based on Probabilistic Causation
    Marco Antoniotti, Giulio Caravagna, Luca De Sano, Alex Graudenzi, Giancarlo Mauri, Bud Mishra and Daniele Ramazzotti
  • Bioschemas: structured data markup for life sciences with Schema.org
    Rafael C Jimenez and Carole Goble
  • Common Workflow Language
    Michael Crusoe
  • Standards in education of bioinformatics – the ideals and practice exemplified by educational programs in Polish Universities
    Malgorzata Kotulska
  • A Shiny based tool for NGS data Integration in Reproducible Spirit
    Dario Righelli, Monica Franzese and Claudia Angelini
  • A Robust Estimate of Performance of Reproducible Analytical Models for DREAM Challenges
    Wojciech Lesiński, Radosław Piliszek and Witold Rudnicki
  • Critical Assessment of Student Programming in Italy
    Lisanna Paladin, Marco Necci, Giulia Babbi, Francesco Russo and Giulia Fiscon
  • Comprehensive approach to use Gene Ontology combinations for automated, semi-automated and expert-driven functional interpretation of high-throughput experimental results
    Aleksandra Gruca and Marek Sikora
  • A standard-based HPC platform for genome annotation, analysis and visualization
    Andrea Manconi, Marco Moscatelli, Matteo Gnocchi and Luciano Milanesi
  • Standardization in next-generation sequencing – Issues and approaches of establishing standards in a highly dynamic environment
    Christoph Endrullat
  • Human non-coding RNAs interactions through network-based relation
    Giorgio De Caro, Vincenzo Bonnici, Sabino Liuni, Domenica D’Elia, Nicola Bombieri, Rosalba Giugno and Flavio Licciulli
  • Wasabi: a web-based platform for evolutionary sequence analysis supporting reproducible research and sharing
    Andres Veidenberg, Ari Löytynoja and Alan Medlar
  • Software and Data Carpentry: Building Skills and Perspectives to Enable Data-Driven Research
    Tracy Teal and Jonah Duckles



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