About this site
This website this for the running of TeSS, ELIXIR’s training platform. Including development documentation, resources and meetings.
One of the goals of ELIXIR (Europe’s distributed infrastructure for life-science data) is to train research scientists to better use available computational infrastructures to address critical research questions. This requires access both to face-to-face training opportunities and to disparate training materials and resources, currently dispersed across Europe.
TeSS is ELIXIR’s training platform, providing a one-stop shop for trainersand trainees to discover online information and content, including training materials, events and interactive tutorials. For ELIXIR Nodes, TeSS provides opportunities to promote training events and news, and to contribute to a growing catalogue of materials; for trainers, the portal offers an environment for sharing materials and event information; for trainees, it offers a convenient gateway via which to identify relevant training events and resources, and to perform specific, guided analysis tasks via customised training workflows
Code of conduct
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When: Fortnightly at 9:00 GMT / 10:00 CET Friday
Meeting Link https://zoom.us/j/97552771675
Meeting Minutes https://bit.ly/3lkqZ7o
Request a Slack invite http://bit.ly/3mQgFoK
Feature Requests / Suggestions
Please bring any feature requests along to the weekly meeting for discussion.
Old Test Site:
TeSS Scrappers GitHub
Current GitBook Wiki
GitBook Internal Documentation
TeSS Google Support Group
Training Platform Task 3
TeSS Strategy Meeting Minutes
TeSS Scrapper Status
How to FAIR
10 Simple rules
ELIXIR Europe / Nodes
European Commission, Horizon 2020 Research Infrastructures programme (ELIXIR-EXCELERATE, grant agreement number 676559);
ELIXIR Implementation Study (Registry Integration from a User Perspective);
ELIXIR Implementation Study (Learning Paths).
BBSRC UK (Delivering ELIXIR-UK grant, grant agreement numbers BB/L005050/1 & BB/L005069/1).
The TeSS team would like to acknowledge the help of a number of groups and individuals, and thank them for useful discussions, feedback and assistance in developing TeSS - to name but a few:
- ELIXIR technical staff and coordinators from the Hub, in particular Rafael Jimenez, Martin Cook and Premysl Velek
- The ELIXIR Training Coordinators group, particularly Celia van Gelder, Patricia Palagi and Gabriella Rustici
- The UK structural bioinformatics group, particularly Christine Orengo