Thanks for the pointer. And many thanks to the Galaxy-P folks for creating
this. In hindsight (which I'm *really* good at), Galaxy-P seems an obvious
place to look for this.
The example looks enormous, but it's well documented. I'll give it a
And, for this workshop and for future reference:
*Galaxy-P folks*: How do you feel about others using the Galaxy-P 101 in
workshops? I can imagine installing all the tools on the workshop servers
(in which case it seems like an easy win), or running directly off Galaxy-P
(which would better highlight Galaxy-P, but put a load on your servers).
On Thu, May 22, 2014 at 5:36 PM, Ira Cooke <I.Cooke(a)latrobe.edu.au> wrote:
I haven’t gone through it myself, but this looks good
On 23 May 2014, at 5:11 am, Dave Clements <clements(a)galaxyproject.org>
Does anyone know of worked proteomics analysis that I could use for a
Galaxy workshop? I'm giving a workshop in July and the hosts are
interested in proteomics. I did tell them I currently have no knowledge of
proteomics, so they aren't expecting me to cover it. However, if a ready
made example is out there, I might be able to come up to speed on the
basics before then
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