I am not a computer person and very much like using Galaxy because its nice and 
easy for non-bioinformaticians. Tomorrow I am going to have a meeting with the 
computer science department here at Bristol and I am hoping to persuade them to 
install Galaxy within the High Performance Computing Centre for University of 
Bristol users. As I understand it this is relatively straight forward - that is 
to say the project was designed for them to install the whole thing locally and 
reproduce the set up here so I and others can use it here instead of clogging 
up your machines with our data and requests (!). Is this right? There are no 
fees or anything and this is something most computer centres should be able to 
do? I know this may seem a silly question but it seems prudent to ask!

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