Simplify your analysis in the cloud with a Terra workspace
At the heart of working on Terra is a shareable workspace. It's like a computational sandbox with everything you need to complete your project: data, analysis tools, documentation, and provenance.
- Link to data in the cloud for analysis, instead of downloading and storing it yourself.
- Keep data organized with integrated spreadsheet-like tables - no matter where in the cloud the data are stored; whether you're analyzing a hundred, or a hundred thousand, files.
- Boost your statistics by combining data from different sources in a single table for analysis.
- Visualize and analyze data of any size in real time with interactive Jupyter notebooks, RStudio and Galaxy apps in a Cloud Environment VM.
- Find and run bulk analysis tools (workflows) even if you're not a programming expert.
- Make your results reproducible with publicly-vetted analysis tools, and options to standardize your virtual computational environment.
- Share analysis results and collaborate while maintaining control of your resources with built-in security features.
Making it all work together Even with all the data in the world, you can’t make discoveries if you can’t store it, organize it, analyze it, and share your results. Like a construction site with all the building materials and tools you need close at hand and well organized, the workspace brings the data and tools and cloud resources you need together so you can focus on science.
Workspace functions at a glance
A workspace can help keep your project on track by keeping all the pieces you need in one place:
Dashboard (documentation) | Data | Analyses | Workflows | Job History
To learn more about these workspace components, see Working with workspaces.
Collaborate in a shared workspace
Click on the three vertical dots at the top right to share the workspace with anyone also registered in Terra. You control how much access to give collaborators, and you can change it at any time. See Managing shared resources with groups and permissions for more details.