The Australian BioCommons enhances digital life science research through world class collaborative distributed infrastructure. It aims to ensure that Australian life science research remains globally competitive, through sustained strategic leadership, research community engagement, digital service provision, training and support.
Galaxy is an open, web-based platform for accessible, reproducible, and transparent computational biological research.
- Accessible: Users can easily run tools without writing code or using the CLI; all via a user-friendly web interface.
- Reproducible: Galaxy captures all the metadata from an analysis, making it completely reproducible.
- Transparent: Users share and publish analyses via interactive pages that can enhance analyses with user annotations.
- Scalable: Galaxy ...
Janis is an open-source Python framework that aims to address the portability and interoperability problems between workflow specifications, by abstracting both the workflow and execution model in order to generate CWL, WDL or Nextflow workflows.
- Institutional financial support for software engineering and academic contributions from Peter Mac and Melbourne Bioinformatics
- Richard Lupat was supported by a grant from the Peter Mac Foundation
- Bernard Pope was supported by a ...
We are a team of Academic Specialists who collaborate with researchers to enable data-intensive research across the University. We work with researchers at all stages of the research lifecycle, from research design and data collection, all the way through to analysis, visualisation, and interpretation.
Working closely with researchers, the QCIF Bioinformatics team apply data management, processing, integration, analysis and visualisation techniques to maximise the potential value of biological and clinical data sets. QCIF Bioinformatics is a partner in the Australian BioCommons.