Dear Galaxy Community,
Galaxy has teamed up with Biostar to create a Galaxy User support forum
We want to create a space where researchers using Galaxy can come
together and share both scientific advice and practical tool help.
Whether on usegalaxy.org, a Cloudman instance, or any other Galaxy, if
you have something to say about Using Galaxy, this is the place to do it!
Current integration with usegalaxy.org
* We imported the whole history of galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu mailing list
* If you access Galaxy Biostar from usegalaxy.org (menu Help/Galaxy
Biostar) you will be automatically logged in.
* A Galaxy Biostar account will be created for you if it did not
previously exist. To obtain this account’s password please use the
password reset feature of Galaxy Biostar
* When you have a question, search Biostar directly from any Galaxy tool
Read more about how to get started at
* Galaxy Biostar is available at http://biostar.usegalaxy.org and will
be our primary avenue for support
* The galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu mailing list will continue to be supported
during the transition but starting now please use the
biostar.usegalaxy.org forum to ask all questions about using Galaxy.
* Please do not double post to both Galaxy Biostar and
* Send us feedback through the forum's post "Welcome to Biostar" to tell
us what you think.
* Notice will be given when the galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu mailing list is
* Archives of galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu will remain accessible.
We hope you will like the change and look forward to any feedback you
Thank you for using Galaxy!
The Galaxy team
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