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Manual curation example

These files were created for a training workshop to demonstrate the I5k Workspace resources, using an Apollo training instance created for Leptinotarsa decemlineata.
A slideshow (.pptx) describing the general features of the i5k Workspace, including an introduction to using Apollo and our BLAST resources. 
A PDF describing the steps used in the live portion of the workshop.