Question: Installing Galaxy
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pande110 wrote:
Dear Galaxy, If I download galaxy on the server of my Institute , will I be in a position to extract the sequences of my interest ? and use the tools as I would do them on your server....I have the ENCODE data and it is difficult to upload these files from the internet because of their enormous size. Kindly help. regards, Amit.
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 7.8 years ago by Jordi Rambla20 • written 8.5 years ago by pande110
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Jordi Rambla20 wrote:
Hi David, I'm a biologist working as a computer consultant for 20 years. Although Galaxy is quite easy to install, as Kanwei said, you should consider that installing a local Galaxy for "personal" use is qualitatively different than asking to install Galaxy for general use. In the later, the computer team must plan for several aspects as: user authorisation, data file organization and life cycle, backups, required tool maintenance, reference genomes maintenance... Depending on the complexity this is a significant amount of work, not just a couple of man-days job. Hope this helps Jordi Rambla MsC Genetics & Bioinformatics Barcelona Enviado desde mi BlackBerryŽ de Vodafone Date: Mon, 21 Feb 2011 23:28:27 To: <> Cc: <> Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] Installing Galaxy locally Hi David, Yes, it is free and easy to set up, and we have instructions here: Thanks! Kanwei Hi, I am not a computer person and very much like using Galaxy because its nice and easy for non-bioinformaticians. Tomorrow I am going to have a meeting with the computer science department here at Bristol and I am hoping to persuade them to install Galaxy within the High Performance Computing Centre for University of Bristol users. As I understand it this is relatively straight forward - that is to say the project was designed for them to install the whole thing locally and reproduce the set up here so I and others can use it here instead of clogging up your machines with our data and requests (!). Is this right? There are no fees or anything and this is something most computer centres should be able to do? I know this may seem a silly question but it seems prudent to ask! Cheers David _______________________________________________ The Galaxy User list should be used for the discussion of Galaxy analysis and other features on the public server at <http:""> . For discussion of local Galaxy instances and the Galaxy source code, please use the Galaxy Development list: To manage your subscriptions to this and other Galaxy lists, please use the interface at:
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