Wrangling Galaxy's reference data

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Summary: The Galaxy platform has developed into a fully featured collaborative workbench, with goals of inherently capturing provenance to enable reproducible data analysis, and of making it straightforward to run one's own server. However, many Galaxy platform tools rely on the presence of reference data, such as alignment indexes, to function efficiently. Until now, the building of this cache of data for Galaxy has been an error-prone manual process lacking reproducibility and provenance. The Galaxy Data Manager framework is an enhancement that changes the management of Galaxy's built-in data cache from a manual procedure to an automated graphical user interface (GUI) driven process, which contains the same openness, reproducibility and provenance that is afforded to Galaxy's analysis tools. Data Manager tools allow the Galaxy administrator to download, create and install additional datasets for any type of reference data in real time. © The Author 2014.

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Blankenberg, D., Johnson, J. E., Taylor, J., & Nekrutenko, A. (2014). Wrangling Galaxy’s reference data. Bioinformatics, 30(13), 1917–1919. https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btu119

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