On Mon, Nov 14, 2011 at 10:08 PM, Chauhan, Archana <achau...@utk.edu> wrote:
> Dear Sir/Madam,
>                         I am registered with galaxy
> http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/. But I recently came across another link as
>  https://galaxy.jgi-psf.org/ . This has some very good applications
> especially w.r.t to the genome assembly (MIRA, velvet), microbial ecology
> (Mothur etc) and Stats/Graphing Tools. Overall this links seems much better
> than the Main galaxy and fulfils the general aspirations of a user. Is this
> link subscribed JGI and its collaborators OR any one can be a part of it. Is
> there any version of galaxy server wherein we can have these applications
> available for public use. Thank you.

Tools like MIRA and Velvet can be extremely demanding to
run, so are "dangerous"/expensive to offer on a public Galaxy.

I don't know who exactly runs https://galaxy.jgi-psf.org/
and if they intend it to be available for external usage.

I wrote the MIRA wrapper for our in house use with viral
genomes (small enough not to be a big computational load)
and published it on the Galaxy toolshed for others to use
too in their own Galaxy servers. It is nice to see it being
used on https://galaxy.jgi-psf.org/ and it looks like they
have a pretty powerful cluster with big memory machines
with 500GB of RAM, which should cope with many MIRA
work loads.

If you have a local Galaxy at your department/institute then
try asking them if they can install this and other tools of
interest for you.



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