That is good news. I actually emailed Dannon/Nate regarding the
hackathon, but not exactly for what you suggested. Still, using
myExperiment as an external interface in Galaxy is one of the
I am aware of the Galaxy-myExperiment integration efforts and would be
happy to see it :)
On 7 April 2011 17:28, Jeremy Goecks <jeremy.goe...@emory.edu> wrote:
> Hi Kostas,
> We've worked with the myExperiment folks to develop Galaxy-myExperiment
> integration. Right now we've got two methods in the workflow controller
> (lib/galaxy/web/controllers/workflow.py), one which exports workflows to
> myExperiment and one which imports from myExperiment. Both use myExperiment's
> RESTful API.
> Exporting is exposed in the UI by selecting 'Download/Export' from a
> workflow's menu. Right now, it successfully exports the workflow to the
> myExperiment sandbox site; there is an authentication issue that is
> preventing export to the main myExperiment website, and myExperiment
> developers are investigating.
> Importing is not yet done. As you mentioned off list, the ideal scenario is
> for myExperiment to have the same look and feel as an external datasource so
> that users can browse the myExperiment website while within Galaxy.
> myExperiment folks share this vision as well; they suggested that a custom
> skin of the myExperiment website, and I think this is still the plan.
> We welcome any enhancements/alternatives to this approach that you might
> have. I'l brief Dannon on this code before he heads over for the Hackathon
> next week so that y'all can leverage it if needed.
> On Apr 7, 2011, at 6:32 AM, Kostas Karasavvas wrote:
>> Hi all!
>> I would like to bring to your attention a project that aims to make Taverna
>> and Galaxy work better together.
>> This new application is a first step towards making Galaxy
>> and Taverna2 (http://www.taverna.org.uk) more interoperable. It allows
>> for the automatic generation of a Galaxy tool from a Taverna2 workflow.
>> That tool can then be installed as usual in a Galaxy server. It will
>> allow the Taverna workflow to become part of a Galaxy pipeline.
>> Users do not need to install the generator application themselves. It is
>> available as part of the myExperiment (http://www.myexperiment.org)
>> website. While browsing Taverna2 workflows the user will see an
>> additional link "Download as Galaxy Tool" in the download section of
>> the workflow. The next page provides instructions (and references) as
>> well as an option to download the current workflow as a Galaxy tool.
>> For more information and contact details:
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