I opened the following ticket for this issue - you can "follow" the
ticket in bitbucket if you want.
Thanks very much for your request.
Greg Von Kuster
Galaxy Development Team
Jeff Shrager wrote:
Thanks, Anton. I had in mind being able to get the data from a
cloud-based Galaxy server, for example, your psu instance, not from one that I run myself.
I think that the latter is what Greg described. I take that that you got this, and
that's what you are considering. It would be fine, initially, to simply display a
temporary REST URL that we could cut/paste into a BioBike field that then tells BioBike
how to reach into Galaxy through the back to get the table. Of course, something a little
simpler would be better, but in the modern world where everything is Ajax magic, it's
pretty hard to make computers talk to one another as smoothly as we would like.
----- "Anton Nekrutenko" <anton(a)bx.psu.edu> wrote:
> Hi Jeff:
> Let us discuss this a bit and we will get back to you.
> galaxy team
> On Sep 23, 2009, at 6:02 PM, Jeff Shrager wrote:
>> We (BioBike) would like to do to Galaxy what Galaxy does to the UCSC
>> browser, that is, be able to UI+programmatically (i.e., without
>> download/upload of tables) get data from Galaxy to BioBike so that a
>> BioBike user can then carry out next-level-up symbolic analysis on
>> the data that has been molded, folded, and joined by Galaxy. Can
>> someone point me to a description of the API that would enable us to
>> do this?
>> galaxy-user mailing list
> Anton Nekrutenko
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