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.
Nora, the new visualisation in Galaxy – A new framework for medical imaging research
GCC2021 Training Topic Nominations are Open – The training topics at GCC2021 are determined BY YOU.
Tool recommender system in Galaxy using deep learning – by Anup Kumar, Helena Rasche, Björn Grüning, Rolf Backofen in GigaScience
The European Galaxy Server in 2020 – What a shitty year! But it’s over and we hope you and your family are safe and healthy.
Open Life Science program & the Galaxy community – involvement in OLS-2 and invitation to apply to the next cohort
Galaxy Papercuts CoFest Day: January 21 – A community contribution day
2021 Galaxy Admin Training – The ins and outs of setting up your own production quality Galaxy server.
Structural Variant Detection using ONT Data – A GalaxyPro Webinar
Importance of (open) infrastructures in responding to a pandemic – Open Data Infrastructures to tackle COVID-19 pandemic