Thank you for the offer, it's a bit complicated for me. My users are bioinformaticians who are doing a lot of microarray analysis and meta-analysis and they need many of the public tools available that I see on GenePattern
GenePattern seems to have many tools and visualizers around microarray analysis, pathway and network inferencing, etc. Galaxy seems to have many tools and visualizers around next-gen sequencing, genomic analysis, and public server integration, etc.
I've written quite a few tools for Galaxy for other purposes and love how easy it is to develop against and how flexible it is to your needs. You can really do some elegant stuff and it is accomodating. GenePattern I find to be much more rigid in what you can do and how you have to develop against it.
If I could only have the Galaxy development platform with the GenePattern and Galaxy tools! :(
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 1:24 PM, Ross email@example.com wrote:
I have wrappers for a couple of popular bioconductor packages. Not yet ready for production use, but happy to talk if you're interested?
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 7:09 PM, Leandro Hermida firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Are there publicly available tools in Galaxy for microarray data analysis, visualization, etc? Or is this kind of GenePattern's space and you want to stay separate? :)
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