How to use Galaxy

How to cite Galaxy

Citing Galaxy

If you use Galaxy@Pasteur please cite doi:10.7490/f1000research.1114334.1

Cluster Load

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For pasteur users:

  • Instructions on how to import big data here.
  • Galaxy Initiation slides are available here.
  • If you need a new tool or a new genome index for an existing tool (bwa, blast, star...), send an email to Pasteur_galaxy_support.

Warning! When xml are updated, workflows using them must be adapted.

News

The European Galaxy Team is hiring!

The Freiburg Galaxy Team is looking for a Systems Engineer/DevOps Engineer!

New Paper "Creating a good learning and sharing environment for bioinformatics"

Tomas Klingström and J.I. Ohlsson have published a paper about the use of BioContainers, Galaxy, and the GTN for bioinformatics researchers.

GCC2022: Registration open for Webinar mode

For those that won't attend in person, the GCC Organizing Committee is happy to announce a virtual webinar-like option

Training Infrastructure Feedback from Hans-Rudolf Hotz and Lucille Delisle

After 2 years running the SIB "Galaxy Introduction for Life Scientists" course only online, we were super happy to stand in front of a crowd and meet again the students in person.

Towards a sustainable storage, enabling co-financing of public infrastructure

Research groups and networks can include their own storage into the European Galaxy server and decide about quota and data policies.

Events

Oct 3 - Oct 7European Galaxy Days (EGD)

European Galaxy Community meeting in Autumn

Oct 3 - Oct 7Cloud Computing Workshop

Online video tutorials about the use of cloud computing resources for MS-based proteomics.

Oct 13Galaxy Community Call: Muon Science community

A forum to share updates and discuss community-wide topics

Oct 27Galaxy Community Call: Galaxy Release Process: Overview and Coming Changes

A forum to share updates and discuss community-wide topics