Tip of the Week: Galaxy intro

We had a tip last week on converting genome coordinates using Galaxy. This week I’d like to introduce you to the Galaxy interface. This screencast was actually done by one of the developers of Galaxy and is a quick introduction to the interface. We are currently working with Galaxy on a longer introduction to the tool, but thought I’d give you taste of it here. Galaxy is an excellent analysis tool. It’s not a database, but rather a tool to analyze data you can obtain from other sources and allows you to save your workflows and many other tools that help you analyze and collaborate. (if the movie to the left doesn’t load, try this link to view the movie).

http://usegalaxy.org/

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