Webinars

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Intro to FlowJo v10

First Thursday of the month at 10AM PST
Learn how to use the FlowJo®  workspace, including how to load samples (experimental data), statistics, and gates, create groups and analyses, and generate tabular and graphical layouts. Designed for those new to FlowJo or who would like a refresher overview of the program. Click here to join.


The Proliferation Platform
October 19th, 2017 at 10:00 AM PST

Are you running cell proliferation experiments that employ membrane tracking dye(s)? Use FlowJo's Proliferation platform to mathematically model each generation. Learn how to use unstained and non-stimulated controls to set constraints on the model. Derive population statistics (e.g. Expansion, division and proliferation indices, etc.), create graphical and tabular reports with ease. Click here to join.


Supercharge Your Analysis with FlowJo's Plugins!
October 25th, 2017 at 10:00 AM PST

Many powerful features and additional functions are available as plugins from the FlowJo Exchange. Here we demonstrate how to use some of the newest and most popular items in this suite of tools. FlowAI will help to quickly clean up messy data, while Calibration allows you to automatically create a derived parameter based on MESF beads. We'll also dig into Downsampling, tSNE, and FlowClean plugins. There are even developer tools available which can help you to design and develop your own tools; making them instantly available directly from FlowJo! Click here to join.

Intro to SeqGeq™
November 14th, 2017 at 10:00 AM PST

SeqGeq™ analyses data from RNA-Seq and single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq), which provides the expression profile of individual cells using next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology to provide up to whole transcriptome analysis. Click here to join.


Singled Out: Deep single cell analysis exposes heterogeneity from cell culture to tonsils
November 15th, 2017 at 10:00AM PST


Knowing which genes to target in genomics studies can be a difficult, time consuming process. We've taken some of the work out of this process by curating gene sets pertaining to certain common cell types to create "consensus" gene sets, which makes single cell identification easier for everyone. These lists can be used a in a wide variety of settings in order to focus on genes of interest, and can be used to determine best markers for sorting and/or follow-on flow cytometry. We will use these consensus gene sets to explore PBMCs, and share recent work combining flow cytometry and single cell sequencing. Click here to join.


Discovery Band Preview
November 16th, 2017 at 10:00AM PST

The new discovery band elevates the analysis capabilities of the data mining tools in FlowJo® to an exciting level. The band includes the expansion of the data reduction suite beyond tSNE, an interactive minimal spanning tree, a variety of visualization tools, and more. Learn how these new tools work synergistically. Click here to join.

Intro to SeqGeq™
December 13th, 2017 at 10:00 AM PST

SeqGeq™ analyses data from RNA-Seq and single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq), which provides the expression profile of individual cells using next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology to provide up to whole transcriptome analysis. Click here to join.


Cell Cycle in FlowJo®
December 21st, 2017 at 10:00AM PST

In this webinar we will cover using 1-dimensional DNA content based models for analyzing cell cycle data algorithmically, as well as using 2-dimensional gating strategies including BrdU/EdU. Click here to join.



Have a request for a webinar? Email us at media@flowjo.com