Can I create my own, private ExperimentHub instance?
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I love the Bioconductor ExperimentHub!

Now I am wondering if it is possible for me to create a separate, private hub for my organization to host data that cannot be shared externally? Perhaps there is a code repository that documents how the official ExperimentHub was set up I could learn from?

Many thanks for any pointers!

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To answer my own question, in case it's helpful to others: I found the server-side code of the ExperimentHub, as well as the code to create a dockerized version used by the BioC core team for updating / testing the hub.

But supporting private ExperimentHubs seems to be out of scope for this project. (Please let me know if I am wrong!)

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Yes currently, it is out of the scope of us to support private ExperimentHubs. However feel free to create your own internally used hub. I tried to generalize the code even more in BiocHubServer with other documentation on supporting your own internal database of resources.
Cheers

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That's awesome. Thanks a lot for the pointer to the BiocHubServer!

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