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Sarah Schaack
Hi there!

I am teaching a workshop in East Africa, right this second, and we are trying to use a tool in galaxy (not too complex, files are not huge) to illustrate RNA-seq analysis.  The server is SOOOOOOO slow-- is there a problem?  Should we abandon ship and teach them Tophat using the command line?  Please advise, at your earliest convenience-- I have a room full of impatient newbie hackers ;)

Thank you!
--Sarah





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Sarah Schaack, PhD
Assistant Professor, Reed College

Fulbright Scholar, Centre for Bioinformatics and Biotechnology, University of Nairobi
and Biosciences Eastern and Central Africa Hub, Int'l Livestock Research Institute

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Re: server problem?

Jen Hillman-Jackson
Hi Sarah,

Using the public Main server for workshops is not recommended, however a Cloudman Galaxy is a great option. Amazon has a teaching grant program to help with funding that is very generous (Galaxy is free! grant is for cloud resources data/compute).

For next time, here is the link to get started:
http://usegalaxy.org/cloud

Please let us know if we can help more when setting up, the [hidden email] list is good for cloud support questions,

Best,
Jen
Galaxy team


On 4/10/14 1:53 AM, Sarah Schaack wrote:
Hi there!

I am teaching a workshop in East Africa, right this second, and we are trying to use a tool in galaxy (not too complex, files are not huge) to illustrate RNA-seq analysis.  The server is SOOOOOOO slow-- is there a problem?  Should we abandon ship and teach them Tophat using the command line?  Please advise, at your earliest convenience-- I have a room full of impatient newbie hackers ;)

Thank you!
--Sarah





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Sarah Schaack, PhD
Assistant Professor, Reed College

Fulbright Scholar, Centre for Bioinformatics and Biotechnology, University of Nairobi
and Biosciences Eastern and Central Africa Hub, Int'l Livestock Research Institute
Email:  [hidden email]


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