Thanks for your interest - I totally agree, I think a lot of tools
like this would be better served as visualization plugins. There is a
Trello card for this request https://trello.com/c/YLA70rZx - please
vote up if you are interested.
This has been discussed by the core team and I some member of the team
was largely in favor though there was some descent. I think both the
tool shed and visualization framework are well suited to allow this
integration (not that there aren't many little hurdles, but I think at
a high level it should be possible).
That said - I don't think this is a top priority for the core team
right now (though others should definitely correct me if I am wrong) -
and I would be surprised to see movement on it this year.
Perhaps until this is available perhaps the community should just
maintain a centralized list of repositories on the wiki? I think
seeing a list of community developed plugins would also help the team
guage how important automating install of new plugins should be.
On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 8:43 AM, Saket Choudhary <sake...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was wondering if there is a possibility of a 'Tool'Shed for
> Visualisation registry plugins(custom plugins, developed by
> The motivation for this comes from a small 'tool' I wrote for
> visualiing fastq phred scores using box plots[Still under development]
> I am relying on d3.text to read my fastq, but I believe I could handle
> this in a much better way had I written it for Galaxy's Visualisation
> registry specifically. For e.g. I could fetch
> fastq scores line by line using Galaxy's API, which would make my task
> a bit easier.
> I could always keep this to my local instance of Galaxy, but a
> 'toolshed' or 'registry' for visualisation would help.
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