Bjoern's answer is a good one. Another way we commonly do this is by
preparing a 'base' history published with the datasets the students need to
get started -- something like
then click a single button to import that history and start working with it.
To be clear, there is no actual duplication of data using either this or
the data libraries approach.
On Fri Jan 30 2015 at 9:33:58 AM Björn Grüning <bjoern.gruening(a)gmail.com>
this is indeed possible. Please have a look at Galaxy data libraries:
Am 30.01.2015 um 15:30 schrieb Fernandez Edgar:
> Good morning Gents,
> I hope everyone is well.
> I was wondering if it's possible to share data on Galaxy without all the
users downloading the data to their history.
> Let me explain, teachers will be sharing data with their students.
> And the students will need to work with that specific data.
> However, I would like them to be able to read that data without
replicating it on their history.
> Is that possible?
> Cordialement / Regards,
> Edgar Fernandez
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