Hello all -
I would like to evaluate Galaxy for integration with Ingenuity's NGS analytics platform, and am trying to pull together some macro materials on how Galaxy has been used and adopted by the community at large. Are there any presentations or wiki pages that summarize basic stuff like:
# of deployments/ instances (public or private)
Relative use of CloudMan vs locally deployed
Use in any clinical or regulated environments (e.g. CLIA)
I've seen the materials at http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Galaxy%20Project/Statistics but this looks to be only related to the public instance. Are there any similar materials that summarize across all installations, perhaps based on user surveys or the like?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Ramon M. Felciano, PhD
Founder and SVP, Research
INGENUITY Systems, Inc.
1700 Seaport Blvd., 3rd Floor
Redwood City, CA 94063
It should show up if you search for the AMI ID, which is ami-da58aab3.
That said, the easiest way to launch a galaxy cloud cluster if you're not
already familiar with EC2 is probably using usegalaxy.org/cloudlaunch.
This interface will guide you through the launch process without any extra
input on your part other than providing your AWS keys.
Hello, I'm trying to start an instance of galaxy in the cloud (AMAZON)
I'm following the screencast but when I copy the AMI name form the wiki site
And paste in the Community AMIs search box , it does not work.
Can you please tell me which is the lastest AMI name?
Dr. Alejandro Colaneri
Departments of Biology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
310 Coker Hall, CB# 3280
120 South Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3280
fax: 919- 962-1625
Four days of training in genomics are occurring on our local instance of
Galaxy (27-30 May).
This training session takes place at INRA, Toulouse Auzeville, France,
as part of a collaboration between Sigenae (http://www.sigenae.org/) and
GenoToul bioinformatics platform (http://bioinfo.genotoul.fr/).
This session is composed of four training days:
Galaxy first step
Reads alignment and SNP calling
RNAseq alignment and transcripts assemblies
Do you think it is possible to list our training session in your "Galaxy
INRA - LGC - SIGENAE
Chemin de Borde-Rouge - Auzeville - BP 52627
31326 Castanet-Tolosan cedex - FRANCE
I was trying to map a set of data to a genome, Klebsiella pneumoniae subsp.
Pneumoniae MGH 78578(31). While uploading the reads, I was able to find the
reference genome as listed above. However, when I tried to map the data
using wither bowtie or BWA, the pull down list did not include this genome.
Can someone help or enlighten me as why it did not make into the list?
DNA Sciences Core
Dept. of Microbiology, Immunology,
and Cancer Biology