We offer a portals to a variety of services to match your affiliation:
Galaxy for IU
IU students and faculty have access to Galaxy @ IU using their Indiana University credentials. Even with access to the resources available at IU, the interface between users and computer clusters can be daunting. We provide support to IU affiliates through Galaxy to accomplish their bioinformatics analyses without the need for a degree in computer science.
Trinity CTAT Galaxy, hosted by Indiana University and the Broad Institute, is a fee-free public interface for Trinity users.
Galaxy Main, hosted by Penn State University and Emory University, is a fee-free public service that includes hundreds of tools and a server with 250 GB of storage space per user. NCGAS’s own Galaxy instances are based off of this technology.
GenePattern is a freely available computational biology open-source software package developed at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard for the analysis of genomic data. NCGAS now hosts a fee-free GenePattern server, with increased computational resources.
Research Desktop (RED)
Research Desktop (RED) is a graphical desktop service for users with accounts on the Carbonate research supercomputer at Indiana University. RED is particularly helpful to users who are unaccustomed to working in Unix-like command-line environments.