Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for accessible, reproducible, and transparent computational research.
- Accessible: programming experience is not required to easily upload data, run complex tools and workflows, and visualize results.
- Reproducible: Galaxy captures information so that you don't have to; any user can repeat and understand a complete computational analysis, from tool parameters to the dependency tree.
- Transparent: Users share and publish their histories, workflows, and visualisations via the web.
- Community centered: Our inclusive and diverse users (developers, educators, researchers, clinicians, etc.) are empowered to share their findings.
Welcome to the Galaxy Community Hub, where you'll find community curated documentation of all things Galaxy.
GTN Video Library – Videos from online training events are now easier to find.
GTN API with OpenAPI 3 specification – Access data from the GTN in a more accessible, API based way.
Galaxy Release 21.09 – Tool Panel Views, Collections, Reports, Remote Data, FastAPI, SQLAlchemy & much more!
November 2021 Galactic News – Galaxy India, new jobs, events, blog posts, ...
BY-COVID: A new EU project for pandemic preparedness – A new €12 million Horizon Europe funded project which will tackle the data challenges that can hinder effective pandemic response.
Analysis of Functions Expressed by Microbiomes – Nov 15. Microbiome experts and instructors from Galaxy community will teach online courses on microbiome analysis via interactive resources.
Galaxy Australia: an analytical service for Australian Life Scientists – Nov 24. Learn Galaxy via two hands-on tutorials on how to use the service to rapidly and reproducibly analyse your data.
Metabolomics Community Call – Nov 25. Recent developments and future plans in the Galaxy Metabolomics community, including a summary of the metaRbolomics Hackathon.
Quality Control of Next Generation Sequencing Reads – Nov 29. Assessing quality and filtering of FASTQ format data. Register by 22 November.
FROGS formation: tools for bioinformatics and statistics analyses with amplicon metagenomics data – Nov 29. Learn to work with NGS data of 16S, 18S, ITS … DNA using our Galaxy instance and the FROGS pipeline.
How Galaxy Imaging makes cloud-based image analysis possible – Presented at the Euro-BioImaging Virtual Pub
How to launch Galaxy workflows from Dockstore – Dockstore and Galaxy are now integrated
Galaxy 21.09 Release Highlights – New Toolbox; Change Datatype + DBkey; Remote Files Enhancements
Image analysis in Galaxy - pain points and lessons learnt – October 28 Galaxy Developer Round Table
Fast, scalable, free, & user-friendly Galaxy workflows for reference genome assembly – The latest version of VGP's pipeline has been ported to Galaxy.
FORCeS eScience course report – Tools in Climate Science: Linking Observations with Modelling
Sunsetting the CloudLaunch service – There are now better alternatives to using Galaxy on the cloud
SARS-CoV-2 analysis training with Galaxy: a perspective from Africa – The switch to online bioinformatics training forced by the COVID-19 pandemic has opened spaces for collaboration in ways that were previously limited by geography.
Teaching bioinformatics through blood, mucus and tears – Watch out for that My Little Pony baby stroller.
Human Genetics working group T2 update – Expanding Galaxy’s ability to analyze protected human data
Postdoctoral position: multidimensional integration of high throughput sequencing data – MeInBio, University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany
Postdoctoral position in bioinformatics/data science – University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Développeur•euse web – L'Institut Français de Bioinformatique, CNRS/l'Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
Ingénieur•e en bioinformatique, développement de workflows – L'Institut Français de Bioinformatique, CNRS, Mésocentre Clermont Auvergn, Cézeaux, France
Sujet stage M2: Développement d’un workflow Galaxy d’analyse de promoteurs chez les plantes – Limagrain, Chappes, France
miRGalaxy – NGS data analysis focusing on microRNAs and their sequence variants—isomiRs.
MitoLink – An integrated workflow system to facilitate understanding of genotype-phenotype correlations in cases of mitochondrial dysfunction.
Galaxy India – The Indian community server.
VVV – Determine the composition of a viral population.
SHAMAN – A user-friendly website for metataxonomic analysis from raw reads to statistical analysis.
IPK Blast – BLAST for barley, wheat, and rye. Part of IPK Crop Analysis Tools Suite (CATS).
miRGalaxy: Galaxy-Based Framework for Interactive Analysis of microRNA and isomiR Sequencing Data – Glogovitis, I., Yahubyan, G., Würdinger, T., Koppers-Lalic, D., & Baev, V. (2021). Cancers, 13(22), 5663.
Laniakea@ReCaS: Exploring the potential of customisable Galaxy on-demand instances as a cloud-based service – Tangaro, M. A., Mandreoli, P., Chiara, M., Donvito, G., Antonacci, M., Parisi, A., Bianco, A., Romano, A., Bianchi, D. M., Cangelosi, D., Uva, P., Molineris, I., Nosi, V., Calogero, R. A., Alessandri, L., Pedrini, E., Mordenti, M., Bonetti, E., Sangiorgi, L., … Zambelli, F. (2021). BMC Bioinformatics, 22(15), 544.
Expanding the Galaxy’s reference data – VijayKrishna, N., Joshi, J., Coraor, N., Hillman-Jackson, J., Bouvier, D., Beek, M. van den, Eguinoa, I., Coppens, F., Golitsynskiy, S., Stolarczyk, M., Sheffield, N. C., Gladman, S., Cuccuru, G., Grüning, B., Soranzo, N., Rasche, H., Langhorst, B. W., Bernt, M., Fornika, D., … Blankenberg, D. (2021). BioRxiv, 2020.10.09.327114.
Ready-to-use public infrastructure for global SARS-CoV-2 monitoring – Maier, W., Bray, S., van den Beek, M., Bouvier, D., Coraor, N., Miladi, M., Singh, B., De Argila, J. R., Baker, D., Roach, N., Gladman, S., Coppens, F., Martin, D. P., Lonie, A., Grüning, B., Kosakovsky Pond, S. L., & Nekrutenko, A. (2021). Nature Biotechnology, 1–2.
GALAXY Workflow for Bacterial Next-Generation Sequencing De Novo Assembly and Annotation – Wee, S. K., & Yap, E. P. H. (2021). Current Protocols, 1(9), e242.