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.
Get involved with Galaxy: Introducing Galaxy Working Groups – In a big way. Join the Dec 10 Galaxy Developer Round Table
Dec 9 Webinar: Use Galaxy on the web, the cloud, and your laptop too – Options for using Galaxy: everywhere and right now
Galaxy Release 20.09 Video Summary – GTN in Galaxy, upload from Dropbox, workflow enhancements, better performance!
Insights from the first cross-training between EOSC-Life and EOSC-Nordic – Galaxy as a common platform
Activity report of the last 5 years of the Freiburg Galaxy Team – Crucial infrastructure serving more than 22,000 researchers
Gateways Focus Week – Make your gateway sustainable
Galaxy @ Inbix2020 – Recent advances in computational biology for codifying Biodiversity into one health approach: Biodiversity, Climate change, One health and Zoonotic diseases
Hackathon sur les outils interactifs de Galaxy (GxIT) – Un Hackathon pour partager des compétences en terme du développement logiciel et d'administration système des Interactive Tools de Galaxy.
Introduction to Galaxy Workshop – Open to everybody interested in Galaxy
Formation metabarcoding 2020 – concepts de métabarcodage et traitement des données grâce à l'utilisation du logiciel SAMBA dans Galaxy