Presentation on theme: "Information on GVL - Genomics Virtual Laboratory www.genome.edu.au Oct 2013 Audience: Service Desk www.genome.edu.au Developed as part of the Australian."— Presentation transcript:
Information on GVL - Genomics Virtual Laboratory Oct 2013 Audience: Service Desk Developed as part of the Australian eResearch Organisations’ User Support Project
What is GVL? The Genomics Virtual Laboratory takes the IT out of Bioinformatics. It lets Biologists use a suite of genomics analysis tools that currently often require specialist assistance.
What is GVL? Galaxy, adapted to run on the Australian Research Cloud (NeCTAR) – A web-based scalable workflow platform for genomic analysis Researcher Resources: – Protocols describing bioinformatics analysis techniques, possibly using Galaxy or other genomics bioinformatics tools – Tutorials to demonstrate specific uses of Galaxy tools and workflows. This includes tutorial documentation, (possibly new) tools, and Galaxy sample data and histories – Tools required for Protocols, Tutorials and general use A Science Collaboration Framework, for sharing documentation and community knowledge bases Integration with significant datasets, on the Australian Research Cloud Visualisation Tools – An Australian mirror of the UCSC Genome Browser – IGV integrated with Galaxy
GVL Support Service Desk: https://genome.edu.au/wiki/Help:Contents https://genome.edu.au/wiki/Help:Contents Website: User Guides: wiki.galaxyproject.orgwiki.galaxyproject.org