|Public server:||Sciensano Galaxy|
|Summary:||General purpose Galaxy server optimized for microbiological genomics applications of interest for public health.|
- Galaxy server is optimized for analysis of Illumina data, but also supports IonTorrent data. Pacific Biosciences and Oxford Nanopore Technologies data are not (yet) supported.
- This Galaxy instance is provided 'as-is' with limited user support. Bugs can be reported through the issue reporting functionality of Galaxy and will be investigated.
- A set of YouTube videos is scheduled to be released in the beginning of 2020 documenting the most interesting tools for public health applications.
- You must agree and read with the usage policy before using this Galaxy instance.
- Requires that you create an account to access it.
- Only 2 jobs can be run simultaneously for a single user. Other jobs will be put into the job queue.
- All users currently have a 25 Gb quota.
- Quotas can be increased for collaborative projects.
- Datasets and histories will be automatically deleted after 12 weeks.
- Bogaerts, Bert, et al. Validation of a bioinformatics workflow for routine analysis of whole genome sequencing data and related challenges for pathogen typing in a European National Reference Center: Neisseria meningitidis as a proof-of-concept. Frontiers in Microbiology 10 (2019): 362.
- Vanneste, Kevin, et al. Application of whole genome data for in silico evaluation of primers and probes routinely employed for the detection of viral species by RT-qPCR using dengue virus as a case study. BMC bioinformatics 19.1 (2018): 312.
- Sciensano tagged publications in the Galaxy Publication library