I saw this.... I can't wait :) will make life much more "integrated"
On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 4:29 PM, Oliver Hofmann
that's hopefully on it's way (http://www.genomespace.org/
On 21 Jul 2010, at 10:13, Leandro Hermida wrote:
> Hi Ross,
> 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 <ross.lazarus(a)gmail.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
>> <softdev(a)leandrohermida.com> 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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