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Information on gvl genomics virtual laboratory genome au

Developed as part of the Australian eResearch Organisations’ User Support Project

Information on GVL - Genomics Virtual Laboratory

www.genome.edu.au

Oct 2013

Audience: Service Desk

www.genome.edu.au


What is gvl

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 gvl1

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

  • AScience 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

GVL Support

  • Service Desk: https://genome.edu.au/wiki/Help:Contents

  • Website: http://www.genome.edu.au

  • User Guides: wiki.galaxyproject.org


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