Warning: Please be aware that these videos are a snapshot, and as such may use an outdated version of the tutorial and/or Galaxy. Below the video you will find links to the tutorials as they appeared at the time of recording.
Inferring Trajectories using Python (Jupyter Notebook) in Galaxy
Below are video tutorials for this GTN material, created for various (past) events.
Demo Video (February 2021)
You’ve done all the hard work of preparing a single cell matrix, processing it, plotting it, interpreting it, finding lots of lovely genes, all within the glorious Galaxy interface. Now you want to infer trajectories, or relationships between cells… and you’ve been threatened with learning Python to do so! Well, fear not. If you can have a run-through of a basic python coding introduction, then that will help you make more sense of this tutorial, however you’ll be able to make and interpret glorious plots even without understanding the Python coding language. This is the beauty of Galaxy - all the ‘set-up’ is identical across computers, because it’s browser based. So fear not!