Learning pathways are sets of tutorials curated for you by community experts to form a coherent set of lessons around a topic, building up knowledge as you go. We always recommend to follow the tutorials in the order they are listed in the pathway.
Introduction to Galaxy and Sequence analysis
This learning path aims to teach you the basics of Galaxy and analysis of sequencing data. You will learn how to use Galaxy for analysis, and will be guided through the most common first steps of any genome analysis; quality control and a mapping or assembly of your genomic sequences.
Genome annotation for eukaryotes
Learn how to annotate an eukaryotic genome sequence: identify repeated regions, find the position and function of genes, and even set up a manual curation environment with Apollo.
Genome annotation for prokaryotes
Learn how to annotate a prokaryotic genome sequence: find the position and function of genes, and even set up a manual curation environment with Apollo.
Introduction to Galaxy and Ecological data analysis
This learning path aims to teach you the basics of Galaxy and analysis of ecological data. You will learn how to use Galaxy for analysis, and will be guided through the common steps of biodiversity data analysis: download, check, filter and explore biodiversity data and analyze abundance data through modeling.
From R to Machine Learning; an introductory course
This learning path aims to teach you the basics of Machine Learning using R. Initially you will learn how to code in R within the Galaxy platform, gaining some familiarity into how to wrangle and analyze data. Then, you will be guided through the various types of Machine Learning techniques, developing some simple models using R.
Metagenomics data processing and analysis for microbiome
This learning path aims to teach you the basics of Galaxy and analysis of metagenomics data. You will learn how to use Galaxy for analysis, and will be guided through the common steps of microbiome data analysis: quality control, taxonomic profiling, taxonomic binning, assembly, functional profiling, and also some applications
This is an introductory course of Python, as it was taught in Avans Hogeschool in the Netherlands.
For Teachers, Developers and System Administrators
Admin Training Course
Learn how to setup, configure, and maintain your own Galaxy server. This learning pathway will guide you through all the steps required to setup your own Galaxy server with Ansible, configuring it, and making it production ready.
Discovering galaxy through climate analysis
How to have a complete overview of how Galaxy works going from the user welcome page to use batch tools and finishing by conducting interactive analysis. These set of 3 Climate tutorials allow you to understand and see plenty of the multiple features of Galaxy and learning about the cool subject of climate analysis.
Train the Trainers
This pathway introduces trainers to learning principles, training techniques, lesson, session, course, and material design as well as assessment and feedback. This is has been developed for by trainers in the bioinformatics but is suitable for all trainers and educators in higher education.