Hello all,

A new Galaxy Group
<http://www.citeulike.org/group/16008/order/group_rating>has been
created at the
CiteULike <http://citeulike.org/> social bookmarking service to organize
papers that are about, use, or reference Galaxy. The Galaxy
Group<http://www.citeulike.org/group/16008/order/group_rating>is open
to any CiteULike user (and anyone can become a CiteULike user).
Group members can add papers to the group, assign tags, and rate papers.

CiteULike makes extensive use of *tags* to organize and categorize papers.
The Galaxy group uses this set of
tags<http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/CiteULike#CiteULike_Tags>to categorize
papers.  If you want to help other Galaxy users and sites
find papers that are relevant to them, or help the Galaxy Project keep
track of what papers (and communities) are using Gaalxy, then please help
by adding relevant papers to the Galaxy Group
rating and tagging the papers that are there.
*We particularly need help with papers that were published before this
year, as very few of them are in the initial list. *
  http:/galaxyproject.org/wiki/CiteULike - Explanation of tags
  http://www.citeulike.org/group/16008/order/group_rating - Galaxy Group
list of papers


Dave Clements

PS: To cite the Galaxy Project, see

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