Hello,

These types of tools are not rewritten, but are instead wrapped so that they function within the Galaxy framework. Galaxy, dependent tools, and reference datasets and indexes are all installed separately.


For the basic overview, please see:
http://getgalaxy.org

A list of Tool dependencies is included in this wiki:
http://galaxyproject.org/Admin/Tools/Tool Dependencies

And all of the administrative details can be found linked from here:
http://galaxyproject.org/Admin

Hopefully this helps to explain the process, but please let us know if you have more questions,

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 2/2/12 7:01 AM, bmou...@jouy.inra.fr wrote:
Dear galaxy team
thank you a lot for providing a complete solution for biologists to
analyse their data, i have one question about galaxy : i see that there
are a lot of tools for example for ngs, and i could not understand or
find the tool in galaxy directories, is that means that all the tool are
rewritten in python ? eg bowtie, samtools, fastx and ... Or the binaries
are located in some folder that i can not see .
thanks

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