CAPER: A new proteomics Galaxy Server

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CAPER: A new proteomics Galaxy Server

Dave Clements
Hello all (proteomaticians?),

Please welcome a new public Galaxy server to the Galaxy proteomics community:

CAPER: An Interactive, Configurable, and Extensible Workflow-Based Platform to Analyze Data Sets from the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project.

The full entry from the  http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/PublicGalaxyServers page is below.  There are online tutorials, and email support is offered by Dong Li and Dan Wang, both CC'd here.

Also, please tell them what a spectacularly great email list this is, so that they will subscribe to it.  ;-)

Happy December!

Dave C

CAPER

CAPER

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Re: CAPER: A new proteomics Galaxy Server

Ira Cooke
This looks great.

I particularly like the modification of trackster to show MS/MS spectra ... that is very cool.

Some of the functions of CAPER look like they would be useful outside the C-HPP ... for different organisms for example.  Is there any way we can install these features into a local galaxy?  

Cheers
Ira


On 6 Dec 2013, at 4:26 am, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello all (proteomaticians?),

Please welcome a new public Galaxy server to the Galaxy proteomics community:

CAPER: An Interactive, Configurable, and Extensible Workflow-Based Platform to Analyze Data Sets from the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project.

The full entry from the  http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/PublicGalaxyServers page is below.  There are online tutorials, and email support is offered by Dong Li and Dan Wang, both CC'd here.

Also, please tell them what a spectacularly great email list this is, so that they will subscribe to it.  ;-)

Happy December!

Dave C

CAPER


CAPER
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Re: CAPER: A new proteomics Galaxy Server

lidong

Thanks for your praise.
Yes, we are trying to develop CAPER into an integrated knowledge discovery platform for -omics datasets, no only the C-HPP data.
We are sorry that there is no package for CAPER to the local installation. And we are now considering to make one.
Best,
Dong Li
 

lidong
2013-12-06

发件人: Ira Cooke
发送时间: 2013-12-06 03:10:57
收件人: Dave Clements
抄送: Galaxy Proteomics List; Dong Li; Dan Wang
主题: Re: [galaxy-proteomics] CAPER: A new proteomics Galaxy Server
 
This looks great.

I particularly like the modification of trackster to show MS/MS spectra ... that is very cool.

Some of the functions of CAPER look like they would be useful outside the C-HPP ... for different organisms for example.  Is there any way we can install these features into a local galaxy?  

Cheers
Ira


On 6 Dec 2013, at 4:26 am, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hello all (proteomaticians?),

Please welcome a new public Galaxy server to the Galaxy proteomics community:

CAPER: An Interactive, Configurable, and Extensible Workflow-Based Platform to Analyze Data Sets from the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project.

The full entry from the  http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/PublicGalaxyServers page is below.  There are online tutorials, and email support is offered by Dong Li and Dan Wang, both CC'd here.

Also, please tell them what a spectacularly great email list this is, so that they will subscribe to it.  ;-)

Happy December!

Dave C

CAPER


CAPER
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