Hi Dave,

Thanks for the feedback, this to me would be a very useful feature to be
able to spawn multiple same jobs or workflows from one tool form using
different input datasets selected with multi select and all other form
parameters being the same.

Where are the docs and information for the Galaxy API? Wondering if I could
program this exact functionality in the script that the tool would execute.


On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 4:28 PM, Dave Walton <dave.wal...@jax.org> wrote:

> I've essentially asked the same question of the list in the past and gotten
> no real response.
> I have the same interest, but from a workflow perspective.
> * A module that allows me to select multiple datafiles (say fastq files)
> * Then pass each data file to a separate instance of a workflow that runs
> tophat and cufflinks
> * then another module that takes the final outputs of each of the workflow
> runs and sends them to a final module that merges results.
> I am attempting to implement something like this using the API, though the
> API is still pretty green from my perspective.
> I think functionality like this built into the workflow editor would be a
> great addition.
> Dave
> On Apr 15, 2011, at 8:14 AM, Leandro Hermida wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> >
> > I was wondering what would be the way in Galaxy to program the following:
> >
> > - User clicks on a tool and form is displayed
> > - They use a select multi menu in the form to pick lets say X multiple
> datasets from their history
> > - When they click submit the tool launches X number of jobs in the
> history, on for each of the datasets selected.
> >
> > I have a common use case where users have to manually run the same tool
> over and over again with the same parameters for each dataset of interest in
> their history.  I would be great to be able programmatically or otherwise
> with Galaxy to be able to use one form and multi select the datasets and
> then launch the parallel jobs in one go.
> >
> > regards,
> > Leandro
> >
> > <ATT00001..txt>
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