Interactive analysis apps: Galaxy, Jupyter notebooks and RStudio

Allie Hajian
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Integrated Jupyter Notebooks, RStudio, and Galaxy apps let you analyze data in real time in a Terra workspace. These apps run on virtual machines in a dedicated workspace Cloud Environment. This article is an overview of interactive analysis apps resources in Terra Support.

Cloud Environment Basics

Learn the basics for using and managing Cloud Environments (virtual machine + persistent disk storage) in Terra through the Cloud Environment Basics documentation

Galaxy

Learn how to use Galaxy - an open web-based platform for highly accessible bioinformatic research - in Terra through the Galaxy documentation

Jupyter Notebooks

Jupyter notebooks is an open-source web application that helps you create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations, and narrative text. Terra supports notebooks with R and Python kernels. Learn more about these notebooks through the Jupyter documentation

RStudio

Learn about integrated RStudio capabilities - including how to spin up a Cloud Environment that's pre-configured to run the server version of RStudio right on the Terra platform - through the RStudio documentation

Try hands on practice with the T101 Notebooks Quickstart tutorial

The T101 Notebooks Quickstart tutorial is a self-guided tutorial that includes everything you need to get hands-on running workflows. Clone the T101 Notebooks Quickstart workspace to your own billing account and work through the three exercises following the step-by-step guide

T101 Notebooks Quickstart tutorial workspace | Step-by-step guide

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