Hello all (proteomaticians?),
Please welcome a new public Galaxy server to the Galaxy proteomics
CAPER <http://www.bprc.ac.cn/CAPE>: An Interactive, Configurable, and
Extensible Workflow-Based Platform to Analyze Data Sets from the
Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project.
The full entry from the
http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/PublicGalaxyServerspage is below. There
are online tutorials, and email support is offered by
Dong Li and Dan Wang, both CC'd here.
Also, please tell them what a spectacularly great email list this is, so
that they will subscribe to it. ;-)
[image: CAPER] <http://www.bprc.ac.cn/CAPE>
CAPER <http://www.bprc.ac.cn/CAPE> at Beijing Proteome Research
"CAPER 2.0: An Interactive, Configurable, and Extensible
Workflow-Based Platform to Analyze Data Sets from the Chromosome-centric
Human Proteome Project <http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/pr400795c>"
by Wang, *et al.*, *J. Proteome Res.*, DOI: 10.1021/pr400795c,
Publication Date (Web): November 22, 2013
"An Interactive, Configurable, and Extensible Workflow-Based Platform
to Analyze Data Sets from the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome
The Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project (C-HPP) aims to map and
annotate the entire human proteome by the "chromosome-by-chromosome"
strategy. As the C-HPP proceeds, the increasing volume of proteomic data
sets presents a challenge for customized and reproducible bioinformatics
data analyses for mining biological knowledge. To address this challenge
CAPER 2.0 - an interactive, configurable and extensible workflow-based
platform is developed for C-HPP data analyses. In addition to
visualization functions of track-view and
CAPER 2.0 presents a powerful toolbox for C-HPP data analyses and also
integrates a configurable workflow system that supports the view,
construction, edit, run, and share of workflows. These features
to easily conduct their own C-HPP proteomic data analyses and
by CAPER 2.0. CAPER 2.0 now presents four specific workflows for finding
missing proteins, mapping peptides to chromosomes for genome annotation,
integrating peptides with transcription factor binding sites from ENCODE
data sets, and functionally annotating proteins.
Email: Dong Li <lidong.bprc(a)foxmail.com>, Dan Wang<wangdanburnett(a)163.com>
- Free for academic users. Creating an account is recommended.
Beijing Proteome Research Center (BPRC)
<http://www.bprc.ac.cn/>, the Human
Liver Proteome Project
and the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project