Bérénice Batut



The following list includes only slides and tutorials where the individual has been added to the contributor list. This may not include the sum total of their contributions to the training materials (e.g. GTN css or design, tutorial datasets, workflow development, etc.) unless described by a news post.

GitHub Activity

Editorial Roles

This contributor has taken on additional responsibilities as an editor for the following topics. They are responsible for ensuring that the content is up to date, accurate, and follows GTN best practices.



Video Recordings



CoFest logo with two generic people shapes conversing next to the GTN logo and text 'gtn cofest'
18 March 2021

Every 3 months we organise one day dedicated to the GTN community! Thursday, May 20th is the next GTN CoFest. We will be working on the training materials, have discussions with the global Galaxy traning community. Do you teach with Galaxy? Want to learn how to add your tutorial to the GTN? New to the community and just want to learn more? Everybody is welcome!

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GTN logo with a multi-coloured star and the words Galaxy Training Network
24 March 2021
gtn infrastructure contributors instructors new feature

Snippets have received an major overhaul! Snippets/FAQs are small reusable bits of training, often answering a single question. In addition to the general Galaxy snippets, we now also support topic-level and tutorial-level FAQs. This will allow contributors to add common questions and answers to their tutorials, which not only can be included in the tutorial text itself, but are also used to autogenerate an FAQ page for the tutorial or topic listing all common questions (and answers).This will be useful both to participants following tutorials via self-study, and also to instructors preparing for a training event.

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Analysis flow in the 'Mutation calling, viral genome reconstruction and lineage/clade assignment from SARS-CoV-2 sequencing data' tutorial. It teaches how to obtain, run and combine workflows appropriately for 4 different types of input data. Image adapted from covid19.galaxyproject.org
30 June 2021
new tutorial variant-analysis covid-19

Effectively monitoring global infectious disease crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, requires capacity to generate and analyze large volumes of sequencing data in near real time. These data have proven essential for monitoring the emergence and spread of new variants, and for understanding the evolutionary dynamics of the virus.

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