Saturday, July 14, 2012

Fwd: myExperiment is now available from Galaxy

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myExperiment is now available from Galaxy:

We're very pleased to announce that myExperiment can now be accessed easily from Galaxy, the open, web-based platform for data intensive biomedical research. Galaxy users can export Galaxy workflows to myExperiment to store and share them, and import Galaxy workflows from the myExperiment site.

  • When using Galaxy you can import Galaxy workflows from myExperiment by choosing Upload or import workflow in Galaxy's workflow menu, then Visit myExperiment' at the bottom of the page. Within the myExperiment interface you can then view a workflow and select Import this workflow into Galaxy
  • To export a Galaxy workflow to myExperiment select Download or Export from Galaxy's workflow menu, enter your myExperiment username and password in the Export to myExperiment section and click the Export button. Exported workflows are set to be "Private" by default but you can change the Sharing settings to make them visible publicly or to friends, groups etc.

See the Galaxy Help page on the myExperiment Wiki for a step-by-step guide, and Contact Us if you have any questions. And please spread the word - we also have a flyer and slide.

Thanks to Finn Bacall, Don Cruickshank and Danius Michaelides in the myExperiment team for all their work with Jeremy Goecks and colleagues in the Galaxy team on the integration. 

-- Dave

 



(Original Post: myExperiment.org - Site Announcements.)