Last week we had the BioHackathon Europe 2021 in Barcelona, as a hybrid event and with participants from all over the world. The Biohackathon had 38 projects in total. The Galaxy community has participated in several of them:
The ELIXIR Research Data Management Kit (RDMkit) is an online guide containing good data management practices applicable to research projects from the beginning to the end. In this project, it was discussed and prototyped how Galaxy RDM capabilities can fit into the RDMkit.
Wanna know what comes out of merging @thecarpentries and @gxytraining? Join the @Gallantries_EU Project 10 at the @ELIXIREurope #BioHackEU21 and help us develop new modules! @bebatut @shiltemann @hexylena pic.twitter.com/kg1WUlwBBZ— Fotis E. Psomopoulos (@fopsom) November 8, 2021
Bringing the rerunable/reusable/reproducibility of @galaxyproject to @gxytraining! The Gallantries & @hexylena built a brand new Course builder at @ELIXIREurope #BioHackEU21 to help make giving online workshops easier than ever! Select the content, we build the website! pic.twitter.com/DZ0LyVhT0N— Gallantries (@Gallantries_EU) November 11, 2021
Implementation, testing and training on reference genome assembly pipelines for the eukaryotic tree of life
The VGP an ERGA project have joined forces with the Galaxy community to enhance the assembly workflows, the Galaxy assembly and genome annotation tools and to start the first documentation and training material. Please also check out assembly.usegalaxy.eu if you are interested in genome assembly.
Last day at #BioHackEU21 and final report for project 33. We spent an intense week with members of @erga_biodiv working on the VGP/ERGA genome assembly pipeline on Galaxy. Now let's assemble!— Nadège Guiglielmoni (@NGuiglielmoni) November 12, 2021
With @giulio_formenti @gargsh1 @mazzonijc @PalmadaMarc et al. pic.twitter.com/vSt5frVQAK
The ELIXIR CNV community have improved the training material during the hackathon and discussed extensively how to move forward and integate Beacon into the data flow.
This effort is a continuation of the work from the BioHackathon in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021. It is adding support for a large subset of CWL v1.0.2, v1.1 and v1.2. The results can be found in a WIP-PR.
The #BioHackEU21 has come to a close.— ELIXIR Europe (@ELIXIREurope) November 12, 2021
A huge #hybrid event of ~420 participants working collaboratively over timezones on 37 #lifescience #opensource projects.
Thank you to all involved 👏
Save the dates for next year's #BioHackEU22, 7-11 November 2022! pic.twitter.com/sPV166uGyy