GBrowse is currently the only other GMOD component that Galaxy talks
to. There has been discussion in the past about getting it work with
Chado as well, but there hasn't yet been sufficient interest to
justify that work. I'm forwarding this e-mail to the Galaxy-user list
in case I'm wrong about that.
Documentation on how to get Galaxy and GBrowse to talk with one another is at:
There may be more doc at the Galaxy web site.
Please let me know if this does not answer your questions.
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On Tue, Mar 17, 2009 at 2:54 PM, Rashad Arafeh <arafeh(a)gmail.com> wrote:
My name is Rashad Arafeh, I just recently graduated in Computer Science, and
have been encouraged to look into a career in Bioinformatics and
I am volunteering to help a professor at the University of Texas - Arlington
set up his lab with some bioinformatics tools that he thinks are necessary,
and from there i will begin to solve some bioinformatics problems with him.
Since we are both new to GMOD and its components, we are pretty much
learning as we go, but he has it clear in his mind that he wants "in-house"
functionality similar to that of the UCSC Genome Browser and Galaxy system.
My questions are:
-I noticed that Galaxy is listed as a GMOD component, and i want to downlaod
and install it and have it run locally, how do i get it to interact with
GBrowse and other components?
-What set of components, if there are any, would give me functionality
similar to that of UCSC Genome Browser with Galaxy?