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On Sep 4, 2011, at 10:29 AM, Scott Emrich wrote:
> Dear team,
> There are multiple 3rd party sources to import arthropod vector data (e.g.
> BioMart) from our NIH Bioinformatics Resource Center (BRC) VectorBase into
> Galaxy, but some are outdated and some of our users would like a direct
> source. Given this increase of Galaxy in our vector biology community, what
> is the policy for adding a new server to "Get Data" and is there information
> on formatting our results appropriately (i.e., using a REST interface)? Our
> NIH BRC server is www.vectorbase.org.
> I noticed our sister BRC EuPathDB has made their data available via
> http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu, and we have similar developer resources to make
> our server compatible; however, I couldn't find this information online
> besides addressing this list.
> Thanks in advance, and best regards,
> - S
> Scott Emrich, PhD
> Scientific Manager, VectorBase
> Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
> University of Notre Dame
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