The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) is a national NSF-funded center providing bioinformatics support to biologists of all sorts. This includes 1) access to large memory clusters, 2) curated sets of installed bioinformatics tools, 3) direct advice and training on genomic analysis, to include genomics, transcriptomic, metagenomics, population genomics, etc.
With few exceptions, these are the same tool sets that virologists use. With the advent of COVID-19, NCGAS is making these tools more generally available, and we are now supporting viral research of all types using our resources.
Clusters available include IU Carbonate, PSC Bridges and IU Jetstream Cloud. Request allocations on either of these clusters by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our site, ncgas.org, for more information.
See a list of our offered software at NCGAS supported software. Additional software can be requested here.
We post updates regularly on social media. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
Follow our blog that contains more information on the following topics:
- Accessing Bridges and Jetstream resources
- Data transfer: using Globus, data management, sharing data errors
- RNAseq blogs: de novo transcriptome assembly, visualizing KEGG pathways, RNAseq on Galaxy
- Phylogenetic blogs: guide to building trees
- Genome based blogs: Third generation sequencing for eukaryotes, and microbiomes
- Software installation: general steps, installing conda packages, installing perl packages, and R packages