Data Analysis Group (DAG)
We are a team of scientists with strong computational, mathematical, and statistical skills, who can provide advice and assistance on experimental design, programming, statistics, and biological data analysis.
Room 2.40, The Discovery Centre
School of Life Sciences
University of Dundee
- Computational Biology
- School of Life Sciences
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Please get in touch if you would like to discuss your project with us
We collaborate on projects covering all aspects of bioinformatics and data analysis, ranging in size from those requiring a few hours work to those requiring a dedicated postdoctoral researcher hosted in the group. Examples of the areas in which we can work include (but are not limited to):
- RNA-Seq analysis
- ChIP-Seq analysis
- ATAC-Seq analysis
- Genome assembly and annotation
- Genomic variant identification and analysis
- Proteomics data analysis
- Statistical analysis
- Data Visualisation
- Analysis software development
Since the group was established in 2006, we have collaborated on more than 350 projects primarily within the Schools of Life Sciences and Medicine, but also with groups from across, and outside, the University.
We offer training through a series of modular courses ranging from Introductions to Linux, through High-throughput Sequence analysis to modules dedicated to the analysis of different techniques such as RNA-Seq and small genome assembly.
Supporting your research
If you are internal to the University, you can find out more details, including booking information and pricing, on our internal SharePoint site.
If you are an external client and you’d like to find out more about how we can support your research, please get in touch to discuss your project further.
All work with external clients is undertaken in accordance with our standard Terms & Conditions.