[BioC] Is anyone developing an extensible Galaxy-like interface for Bioconductor?

Ross Lazarus ross.lazarus at channing.harvard.edu
Tue Aug 5 12:52:40 CEST 2008

Thanks - for the record, the Trac instance for Galaxy source code and 
the wiki including mirror setup documentation is at 

The main analysis (free) site is http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/ I recommend 
that you make yourself an account (top right of the page) and login - 
otherwise your history/histories will not be saved for your next visit. 
If you create an account and login, all your work in Galaxy will be 
permanently persisted - at least until we get 48TB of user data - which 
should take at least another year or two :)

Rather than clog up this list, there's a wiki discussing a planned BioC 
package based expression toolkit for Galaxy at 
http://esphealth.org/trac/rgalaxy/wiki/BioCGalaxy - anyone wanting to 
know more or to contribute is welcome to email me privately. I've added 
FlexArray to the page on potential frameworks at

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> Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2008 13:14:43 -0400
> From: Michal Blazejczyk <michal.blazejczyk at mail.mcgill.ca>
> Subject: Re: [BioC] Is anyone developing an extensible Galaxy-like
> 	interface	for Bioconductor?
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> Hello,
> Can someone provide a link to Galaxy?
> And since people are providing links, here's one from me:
>   http://genomequebec.mcgill.ca/FlexArray/
> FlexArray is a microarray statistical data analysis software,
> interactive and quite easy to work with, based on Bioconductor,
> for Windows.

Ross Lazarus MBBS MPH, Director of Bioinformatics
Channing Laboratory, 181 Longwood Ave., Boston MA 02115, USA.

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