After an analysis and selection of the relevant tools that could be integrated into Galaxy, LUMPY, a tool for CNV detection was integrated and 5 containers created. On the data side, the GIAB dataset was included as a Data Library in Galaxy. This was just the starting point, as there are plans to add more tools (like manta) and training materials to the GTN too.
This project was focused on the discussion with different communities and two new collaborations were estabished.
Several pull requests were merged with the aim of getting a better support of CWL in Galaxy.
This project aimed at testing the Galaxy cluster support through Galaxy runners. The project team spent most of the week working on the Chronos runner to revamp it and integrate the Chronos infrastructure into the docker-galaxy project. In that direction, several fixes, pull request, and issues were identified.
All the information related to this project can be found in this repository.
Mutual metadata exchange among different bio.tools registries is the ultimate goal of this project. While a lot has been achieved, the development is still ongoing and will be continued. The corresponding GitHub repo: https://github.com/bio-tools/content
End of the #BioHackEU20! Thanks #UseGalaxy community for your great contributions to many projects and thanks to the organisers! We had some fun recording our feedback video 😃 @NicolaSoranzo @tatieguinoa @mariusvdbeek @bjoerngruening pic.twitter.com/Run8sAJEr0— Beatriz Serrano (@Birthae) November 13, 2020