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This repository contains some small modifications to its parent (galaxy-dist) which provide support for Proteomics data types and display applications. You can install and setup galaxy-proteomics just as for normal galaxy.  To use the galaxy tools you will need to install them and their dependencies.

The proteomics tools are currently available at;

It is hoped that these will be available entirely via the galaxy toolshed.


The latest information about Galaxy is always available via the Galaxy
website above.

Galaxy requires Python 2.5, 2.6 or 2.7. To check your python version, run:

% python -V
Python 2.4.4

Start Galaxy:

% sh

Once Galaxy completes startup, you should be able to view Galaxy in your
browser at:


You may wish to make changes from the default configuration.  This can be done
in the universe_wsgi.ini file.  Tools are configured in tool_conf.xml.  Details
on adding tools can be found on the Galaxy website (linked above).

Not all dependencies are included for the tools provided in the sample
tool_conf.xml.  A full list of external dependencies is available at:

Recent activity

Greg Von Kuster

Commits by Greg Von Kuster were pushed to iracooke/galaxy-proteomics

84baec1 - Correctly handle ToolPanelSection objects when presenting the tool panel sectin redio buttons for selecting a section to contain tools installed with a tool shed repostory ...
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