ABOUT

The Genomics Virtual Laboratory takes the IT out of Bioinformatics. It provides a cloud-based suite of genomics analysis tools that would normally require specialist assistance. Refer to workbench services for full details, or you can view our flyer here.


Acknowledging the GVL

Citation: Afgan E, Sloggett C, Goonasekera N, Makunin I, Benson D, Crowe M, Gladman S, Kowsar Y, Pheasant M, Horst R, Lonie A., Genomics Virtual Laboratory: A Practical Bioinformatics Workbench for the Cloud., PLoS One. 2015 Oct 26;10(10):e0140829.

Send us an email if you feel we have helped your research.

If you wish to acknowledge the use of GVL:

(your project) acknowledges the Genomics Virtual Lab (GVL) project and the use of computing resources from the NeCTAR Research Cloud. GVL and NeCTAR are Australian Government projects conducted as part of the Super Science initiative and financed by the Education Investment Fund.

If you wish to use the GVL logo, you can download it here.


Funding

GVL acknowledges funding from the NeCTAR project. NeCTAR is an Australian Government project conducted as part of the Super Science initiative and financed by the Education Investment Fund.


Development Partners

GVL development has been led by Melbourne Bioinformatics at the University of Melbourne in collaboration with the Research Computing Centre at the University of Queensland.


Publications

  1. Afgan E, Sloggett C, Goonasekera N, Makunin I, Benson D, Crowe M, Gladman S, Kowsar Y, Pheasant M, Horst R, Lonie A., Genomics Virtual Laboratory: A Practical Bioinformatics Workbench for the Cloud., PLoS One. 2015 Oct 26;10(10):e0140829.

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