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 www.genome.edu.au Oct 2013 Audience: Service Desk www.genome.edu.au 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: http://www.genome.edu.auhttp://www.genome.edu.au User Guides: wiki.galaxyproject.orgwiki.galaxyproject.org
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