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Question: Announcement: Software developer training for Galaxy, Tuesday, October 23 4:00pm - 6:00pm, San Diego (just before the ASHG meeting)
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The Galaxy and Rgenetics projects are offering a free 2 hour tutorial for software developers specifically for genomics software developers developers planning on attending this year?s American Society of Human Genetics meeting in San Diego and interested in ways of making their work easily accessed by relatively command line averse biologists in a web based workbench environment. See http://ashg2007.g2.bx.psu.edu/ for details and signup. Galaxy http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/ is an open-source, genomic workbench framework supporting reproducible research (eg see the screencast at http://screencast.g2.bx.psu.edu/MainUseExample.mov ), and supporting low-impedence integration with major data and annotation sources including BioMart and UCSC. A local mac or linux private server installation takes literally a couple of minutes (see http://g2.trac.bx.psu.edu/wiki/HowToInstall) and the Galaxy tool menu is easily extended ? any command line executable that takes command line parameters (including R scripts ? or Java or even Cobol?anything runnable on the target machine) can be ?wrapped? into a Galaxy tool by providing a simple XML interface specification (see the screencast at http://g2.trac.bx.psu.edu/wiki/AddToolTutorial) The information transmitted in this electronic communication...{{dropped}}
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