Galaxy is an open-source platform for FAIR data analysis that enables users to:

  • use tools from various domains (that can be plugged into workflows) through its graphical web interface.
  • run code in interactive environments (RStudio, Jupyter...) along with other tools or workflows.
  • manage data by sharing and publishing results, workflows, and visualizations.
  • ensure reproducibility by capturing the necessary information to repeat and understand data analyses.

The Galaxy Community is actively involved in helping the ecosystem improve and sharing scientific discoveries.

The French Galaxy server

The French Galaxy server is maintained by IFB NNCR Cluster Task force. Please check our Terms of Use and data retention police before using the server. We offer thousands of tools, increased quota on temporary basis, and compute infrastructure for trainers through Training Infrastructure as a Service (TIaaS).

The following regional platforms, members of IFB, are involved in the maintenance and development of


Ask for help, tools, or temporary increase of quota on our support forum


If you are organising a training session, you can book computing resources using the TIaaS system


Can't find a tool on Why not search on the IFB Galaxy Catalog ?


Have you used the French Galaxy server for your data analysis?


The French Galaxy team is distributed across different cities in France.

Communities: domain-centric Galaxy subdomains


Data processing, analysis and annotation for the metabolomics community


Functional analysis and exploration of proteomics and transcriptomics data in biomedical research


Variant analysis, consensus using communuty approuved workflows and datasets


With the following tools and pipelines : FROGS, Qiime, Mothur, Obitools, DADA2, PICRUSt


Open-source Java library dedicated to the structural analysis of metabolic networks


Tools from the French Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle


Molecular Biology of Plants conference (MBP 2024)

Poster Presentation entitled MAdLand Tools & Resources

Napari: A fast, interactive, multi-dimensional image viewer on Galaxy!

Use Napari in the European Galaxy Server as an interactive tool

DOMPS Plant Science Seminar

Seminar talk entitled MAdLand Resources & Tools presented by Deepti Varshney and Saskia Hiltemann

PAG31 Meeting Report

Read about Galaxy's participation at PAG31.

Galaxy Release 23.2

Workflow comments, InvenioRDM integration, improved search, admin and config updates and more!


Feb 26 - Mar 1Hackathon Image Analysis in Galaxy

This hackathon addresses the improvement of Galaxy for image analysis

Feb 27 - Feb 29Computational Applications in Secondary Metabolite Discovery (CAiSMD): an online workshop - 2024

Galaxy is participating in the Computational Applications in Secondary Metabolite Discovery (CAiSMD) online workshop. Paul will give an oral presentation about the potential of Galaxy for novel secondary metabolite discovery, especially in the context of metagenomics research. There will also be a hands-on session demonstrating a simple use case.

Mar 4 - Mar 8Workshop on High-Throughput Data Analysis with Galaxy

This course introduces scientists to the data analysis platform Galaxy. The course is a beginner course; there is no requirement of any programming skills.

Mar 5 - Mar 6Awareness in Data Management and Analysis for Industry and Research

Join us at BioNT, for a 2-day online workshop. Everyone manages their data, but the question is, how well? In this two-day workshop, you will learn how to manage your data properly to make it reusable in the long term, to make your analyses reproducible, and to make your processes transparent. You will learn the basic concepts of research data management, including the FAIR Data Principles. You will also learn about relevant policies, draft a data management plan and learn about the use and benefits of electronic lab notebooks. By the end of this workshop, you will also be able to make your computational results trustworthy and reproducible. Registarion deadline is extended until the 25.02.2024.

Mar 11 - Mar 15Hackathon - Improving the annotation of Galaxy resources for microbial data analysis and beyond

This hackathon aims to improve the annotation of Galaxy resources for microbial data analysis and beyond