Hi Bob,

Yes, galaxy supports output formats of HTML+JS, though the tool producing
them may need to be whitelisted (grep for 'whitelist' in your galaxy.ini)
for display to work properly.

If you wish to write your own visualization plugin for a specific datatype,
there are assorted pieces of documentation on the wiki
<https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/?action=fullsearch&context=180&value=visualization&titlesearch=Titles>
that might help you (though I usually just look at one of the other
existing visualization plugins and copy+paste).

Cheers,
Eric

2015-12-07 20:08 GMT-06:00 <rbrown1...@comcast.net>:

> Good evening Galaxy team,
> Is it possible to run JavaScript or HTML as a tool or a display module?
> I see support for URLs, e.g. UCSC Genome Browser, but I would like to
> process a specific datatype to allow it to be viewed in Galaxy -- but the
> application is a combination of HTML and JavaScript.
> Does Galaxy support this?
> Thank you,
> Bob
>
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