Contributing to the Galaxy Training Material
Galaxy is a great solution to train the bioinformatics concepts: numerous bioinformatics tools are available (almost 5,000 in the ToolShed), it can be used by people without amy computer science skills, it trains to use technology, outlining available resources and efforts that have made them accessible to researchers, it is scalable.
In 2016, the Galaxy Training Network decide to set up a new infrastructure for delivering easily Galaxy related training material. The idea was to develop something open and online based on a community effort, as always in Galaxy.
|Overview of the Galaxy Training Material||slides|
|Contributing with GitHub via its interface||tutorial|
|Contributing with GitHub via command-line||slides||tutorial|
|Creating a new tutorial||tutorial|
|Creating a new tutorial - Writing content in Markdown||tutorial|
|Creating a new tutorial - Defining metadata||tutorial|
|Creating a new tutorial - Creating Interactive Galaxy Tours||tutorial|
|Creating a new tutorial - Defining the technical infrastructure||tutorial|
|Creating a new tutorial - Slides||slides|
|Including a new topic||tutorial|
|Running the Galaxy Training material website locally||tutorial|
|Generating PDF artefacts of the website||tutorial|
|Good practices to run a workshop||slides|
|Set up a Galaxy for Training||tutorial|
You can use a public Galaxy instance which has been tested for the availability of the used tools. They are listed along with the tutorials above.
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