Repo for advertising and organizing CIViC hackathon/meeting activities
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CIViC Variant Curation Jamboree and Hackathon

Advancing Cancer Precision Medicine with Community Collaboration

This repository is being used to organize pre-meeting suggestions for the CIViC Variation Curation Jamboree and Hackathon, taking place after the NGS in Molecular Pathology Symposium. Hosted at the Netherlands Cancer Institute, December 1-2, 2016, the Jamboree/Hackathon will focus on further development of CIViC, an open access, open source, community-driven web resource for Clinical Interpretations of Variants in Cancer.

Variant Curation Jamboree

Molecular biologists, Pathologists and Oncologists (certified or in training), and genome scientists interested in the problem of sequence variant interpretation for cancer precision medicine should submit topics for the Curation. To propose a curation topic, visit the Issues page.

  1. Select New Issue
  2. Create a title and description for your issue
  3. Choose the Curation label for your issue

Hackathon

Software developers, engineers and computational biologists interested in learning and applying back- and front-end web development skills should submit topics for the Hackathon. For a quick-start guide on developing for CIViC, see the civic-server wiki. To propose a hackathon topic, visit the Issues page.

  1. Select New Issue
  2. Create a title and description for your issue
  3. Choose the Hackathon label for your issue

Git repositories related to the CIViC project

The CIViC source code and application are organized in a client-server model. The backend code is available in the civic-server repository and frontend code is available in the civic-client repository. Issues relating to curation are tracked in the civic-curation repository. An example of a Python client is available in the civic-api-client repository. Issues relating to public CIViC meetings are tracked in the civic-meeting repository.