Question: (Closed) What cloud software is the most appropriate for WGS NGS data computations on tuberculosis data?
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valentina_stepanenko0 wrote:

What cloud software is the most appropriate for WGS NGS data computations on tuberculosis data? Need to develop a cloud-based web service for the tuberculosis WGS data analysis.

Have you tried one from a list of:

http://cloudbiolinux.org/ http://clovr.org/ http://www.biokepler.org/install-biokepler-1.1 http://www.genomespace.org/presentations-and-videos https://seqware.github.io/

How they compare and compete with Galaxy?

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ADD REPLYlink written 2.3 years ago by Michael Dondrup46k
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2.6 years ago by
morovatunc400
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morovatunc400 wrote:

If you aim is to call mutations/alingment, I can suggest bcbio tool kit. It can be used from RNA-seq analysis to WGS mutation calling analysis. So it provides huge variability of options. Also, (shout out to Brad Chapman!) team behind this tool is very helpful to any kind of bugs or requests. Most of the time they respond in a day.

Hope this helps,

T.

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