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KBase’s collection of tools for analyzing microbial ecosystems data is growing with new apps developed through support by the Department of Energy’s Science Focus Area program. Join this webinar to…
Learn about tools for taxonomic profiling in KBase. Join Mark Flynn of Los Alamos National Lab, a developer with the Bacterial-Fungal Interactions Scientific Focus Area. Mark will demonstrate…
KBase users and collaborators will speak about science accomplished with the system, host one-on-one user support, and conduct training sessions at the 2021 Dept. of Energy Genome Science Program meeting.…
Learn the basics of KBase and how it can help your research. This webinar introduces new users to KBase including data upload, using the Narrative interface, running apps, and sharing…
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