Single Cell Data Analysis: Current Approaches and Challenges

22 July 2019
London

Scientific Organisers: Derek Davies (The Francis Crick Institute), Gareth Howell (University of Manchester)

As the number of parameters measured in biological experiments increases, the need for a robust data analytical approach is vital. In single cell analyses – which will include flow, imaging and mass cytometry, single cell sequencing, and microscopy – this leads to complex datasets. There are a number of analysis approaches, but which is best for your data and why? This meeting will introduce delegates to the concepts of high-dimensional analysis and will help determine what resources need to be provided to the community.



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