These workflows are associated with Getting your hands-on climate data

To use these workflows in Galaxy you can either click the links to download the workflows, or you can right-click and copy the link to the workflow which can be used in the Galaxy form to import workflows.

Climate 101
Anne Fouilloux

Last updated Oct 5, 2021

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License: MIT
Tests: ❌ Results: Not yet automated

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  1["ℹ️ Input Dataset\nInput dataset"];
  style 1 stroke:#2c3143,stroke-width:4px;
  2["Copernicus Essential Climate Variables"];
  3["climate stripes"];
  0 -->|output| 3;
  1 -->|output| 4;
  1 -->|output| 5;
  1 -->|output| 6;
  1 -->|output| 7;
  8["Text reformatting"];
  1 -->|output| 8;
  9["map plot"];
  2 -->|ofilename| 9;
  8 -->|outfile| 10;
  8 -->|outfile| 11;
  10 -->|out_file| 12;
  10 -->|out_file| 13;
  14["Scatterplot w ggplot2"];
  11 -->|out_file| 14;

Importing into Galaxy

Below are the instructions for importing these workflows directly into your Galaxy server of choice to start using them!
Hands-on: Importing a workflow
  • Click on Workflow on the top menu bar of Galaxy. You will see a list of all your workflows.
  • Click on galaxy-upload Import at the top-right of the screen
  • Provide your workflow
    • Option 1: Paste the URL of the workflow into the box labelled “Archived Workflow URL”
    • Option 2: Upload the workflow file in the box labelled “Archived Workflow File”
  • Click the Import workflow button

Below is a short video demonstrating how to import a workflow from GitHub using this procedure: