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.
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.
October 2021 Galactic News – It's all good.
Galaxy Participating in the December 2021 Outreachy Internship Cohort – Galaxy Community accepted into Outreachy; 2 project proposals open
Hacktoberfest 2021 – Please join us
Got a minute? Take the GTN survey about Galaxy for training and have your say! – Do you use Galaxy for Training? Have your say! Please take a few minutes to let us know about your training experiences.
Analyse avancée de séquences – Oct 19. Savoir utiliser l'environnement Galaxy
Galaxy Australia for Proteomics & the MS imaging tool HiT-MAP – Oct 20. Organised by the Galaxy Proteomics communities in the US, Australia and Europe.
SARS-CoV-2 Data Analysis and Monitoring with Galaxy – Oct 20. ...upload viral sequencing data, call all variants, create a variety of reports and create consensus alignments...
BioCommons and Galaxy Resources – Oct 21.
Galaxy Papercuts CoFest Day – Oct 21. A community contribution day
Fast, scalable, free, & user-friendly Galaxy workflows for reference genome assembly – The latest version of VGP's pipeline has been ported to Galaxy.
Galaxy for AnVIL Cloud Cost Analysis – August 19 Galaxy Developer Round Table call covering AWS, GCP, and Jetstream
GCC2021 Presentations – Missed GCC2021? You can still catch over 50 presentations.
Collections 101 – Got complex experiments? Use Collections.
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 researcher Biosciences - RNASeq investigating host-pathogen interactions in farm animals – Sciensano, Brussels, Belgium
Development Scientist - Bioinformatics – New England BioLabs, Ipswich, Massachusetts, United States
Computational Biologist – GalaxyWorks, Baltimore (or remote), Maryland, United States
Postdoctoral Fellowships – Blankenberg Lab, Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Research Associate in Biomedical Data Science – Department of Biostatistics, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. Maryland, United States
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).
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.
A SARS-CoV-2 sequence submission tool for the European Nucleotide Archive – Roncoroni, M., Droesbeke, B., Eguinoa, I., De Ruyck, K., D’Anna, F., Yusuf, D., Grüning, B., Backofen, R., & Coppens, F. (2021). Bioinformatics, btab421.
Galaxy-ML: An accessible, reproducible, and scalable machine learning toolkit for biomedicine – Gu, Q., Kumar, A., Bray, S., Creason, A., Khanteymoori, A., Jalili, V., Grüning, B., & Goecks, J. (2021). PLOS Computational Biology, 17(6), e1009014.