Tin-Lap Lee: GDSAP- A Galaxy-based platform for large-scale genomics analysis
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Tin-Lap Lee (CUHK) presentation "GDSAP- A Galaxy-based platform for large-scale genomics analysis" from the Galaxy Community Conference 2012, Chicago, July 26th 2012

Tin-Lap Lee (CUHK) presentation "GDSAP- A Galaxy-based platform for large-scale genomics analysis" from the Galaxy Community Conference 2012, Chicago, July 26th 2012

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  • Good morning every one, it’s great to be here today. First of all, I’d like to thank the organizer to give us this great opp. to present our recent progress on galaxy-based project. You may find the title a bit different to what we’ve put in the abstract, because we’ve made a no of progress recently and we’d like to cover them. Therefore the topic today will be on GDSAP
  • This is joint collaboration between the Chinese University of Hong Kong and BGI. In fact, A joint institute called 0000 was established last year from the two parties. The vision of the insitute is to train sciences conversant with The institutes has two divisions, education and research.
  • Genomics data.. Or GDSAP is one of the key research projects in the research division. Why do we develop this?The main reason is that biomedical scientist usually encounter difficulties in analyzing the “big data” from various genomic studies. In order to extract or analyze the information, one has to know bioinformatics, statistics or even programming. This is a big challenge to a convention biomedical scientist. Also, the big data handling usually requires investment on hardware and software, which could be a problem to Pis giving the current funding enviroment.Galaxy provides a revolutionary solution in big data analysis, which simplifies complicated tasks by web interface. Therefore we would like to develop a platform based on the galaxy frame work. In addition to the established galaxy function, the platform provides customized instances and offiSecondly we aim to improve the quality of data access and integrate workflow environment for better user experience.
  • Here is the big picture of GSDAP, we develop different functionality based on the galaxy framwork, including the tool development section, xxx section and the publication section.
  • This is the front page of the GDSAP project, and looks a typical galaxy portal. So the learning curve is low for those who are already familiar with galaxy.
  • The first section of this talk is about implementation of public instance using galaxy tool shed. We are currently implement the first public SOAP instance to the platform.
  • The SOAP package provides a set of tools for processing NGS data. There are different versions of SOAP for mapping short reads to reference sequences. There are also tools like soapdenovo for construction of a new genome sequence and soapsnp which can assemble a consensus sequence and identify SNPs present on it in relation to a reference. Documentation in the BGI SOAP package is limited in scope, making the tools difficult to use. We will be working with the BGI developers in providing test data and Galaxy pipelines demonstrating the use of SOAP.
  • Other than its popularity, another main reason to implement SOAP tool is that …
  • We transform the command line base SOAP tool into galaxy instance by Galaxy tool shed. The tool shed is useful to transofrm any programs through python rapper. I should say the Galaxy team did a great job on this, and they are very helpful during the development process. By doing that.. It allows
  • You can notice that all the parameters has been transformed into drop-down menu..We also put an explanation for each par. So that the user has a better understanding on each item.
  • Similar to SOAPsnp, the complicated parameters or option has been transformed. The settings will be recorded in each run, so that one can track back easily.
  • Once the config. Is done the analysis can be done in one click.
  • So much for the tool development, the second part of the talk will focus on work flow implementation using the workflows from myexperiment.
  • What does semantic mean in the
  • Introduction into GigaScience, a journal published by BGI and BioMed Central which focuses on the publication of papers involving the analysis of large-scale omics data - show first issue slide. In addition, the journal has a focus on enabling the experimental data and results published in its papers to be reproducible for readers.  Data produced from post-genomic experiments can be stored in GigaScience'sGigaDB database. It currently holds 37 data sets of mainly NGS data - show slide. Each data set is allocated a DOI - Digital Object Identifier which enables the data set to be uniquely identified and used for its citation, providing a handle for tracking its usage.

Tin-Lap Lee: GDSAP- A Galaxy-based platform for large-scale genomics analysis Tin-Lap Lee: GDSAP- A Galaxy-based platform for large-scale genomics analysis Presentation Transcript

  • GDSAP- A Galaxy-based platformfor large-scale genomics analysis Tin-Lap, LEE School of Biomedical Sciences, CUHK-BGI Innovation Institute of Trans-omics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China.
  • CBIIT • Jointly established between The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and BGI. • “We aim to provide a platform conducive to training of multi-disciplinary talents conversant with the knowledge and application of genomics, proteomics, genetics , computation biology and bioinformatics, by capitalizing on both institutions’ expertise and strengths in genomic science.”
  • Genomic Data Submission and Analytical Platform(GDSAP)Objectives:• Provides enhanced functionality in additional to the original Galaxy functions: • Customized public instances. • Seamless integration with SBS-UCSC genome database mirror and MyExperiment workflow environment. • Exchange and publish data through GigaSciences journal portal.Outcomes:• Simplies complicated bioinformatics tasks, accelerate data processing and allow flexible analysis.• Significantly reduce software and hardware costs, encourage research collaboration.
  • GDSAP Structure ToolDevelopment Biomedical and bioinformatics research Publishing
  • Galaxy/CUHK-BGIhttp://www.cuhk.edu.hk/cbiit/galaxy.html
  • GDSAP Structure ToolDevelopment Biomedical and bioinformatics research Publishing
  • What is SOAP?• SOAP - a tool package that provides full solution to NGS data analysis by BGI.
  • Why SOAP?• Galaxy has been using SAMtools for consensus sequence calling, but the recent upgrade has left this part out, which is very limited to some biologists.• SOAPsnp is the only other method that can call full consensus sequences besides SAMtools.• The main galaxy site supports none of the SOAP tools, including SOAPsnp.
  • Galaxy Tool Shed• Enables sharing of Galaxy tools across Galaxy servers around the world.• SOAP package tools configured for use in Galaxy. – SOAPsnp/SOAPdenovo
  • Implement: SOAPsnp
  • Implement: SOAPdenovo configuration file
  • Implement: SOAPdenovo
  • GDSAP structureBioinformaticsDevelopment Biomedical and bioinformatics research Publishing
  • How does it work? • MyExperiment works as a repository for workflows. • Taverna workflows. • New: Galaxy workflows. • GDSAP integration
  • Taverna workflow
  • Galaxy workflow
  • Import (1)
  • Import (2)
  • Export (1)
  • Export (2)
  • GDSAP structureBioinformaticsDevelopment Biomedical and bioinformatics research Publishing
  • Now taking submissions… Large-Scale Data Journal/Database In conjunction with:Editor-in-Chief: Laurie Goodman, PhDEditor: Scott Edmunds, PhDAssistant Editor: Alexandra Basford, PhD www.gigasciencejournal.com
  • GigaScience is go…
  • Data Publishing www.gigaDB.org
  • 37 Datasets with DOI®sInvertebrate Released pre-publicationAnt Vertebrates Non-BGI- Florida carpenter ant Giant panda Paper in GigaScience- Jerdon’s jumping ant Macaque- Leaf-cutter ant - Chinese rhesus PlantsRoundworm - Crab-eating Chinese cabbageSchistosoma Mini-Pig CucumberSilkworm Naked mole rat Foxtail millet Penguin Pigeonpea - Emperor penguin PotatoHuman SorghumAsian individual (YH) v1+v2 - Adelie penguin- DNA Methylome Pigeon, domestic- Genome Assembly Polar bear- Transcriptome Sheep Coming soon…Cancer (14TB) Tibetan antelope Microbiome dataHep B infected exomes ParrotSingle Cell Bladder Cancer MicrobesAncient DNA E. Coli O104:H4 TY-2482- Saqqaq Eskimo Cell-Line- Aboriginal Australian Chinese Hamster Ovary Mouse Methylomes
  • GDSAP: Genomic Data Submission and Analytical platformGigaDB v2 export to GDSAP
  • GDSAP: Genomic Data Submission and Analytical platform Big data from theData, Data, Data… “Sequencing Coal Face” Data Modeling Pipeline design Tin-Lap Lee, CUHK Validation Applications
  • Acknowledgements• Lee Lab (CUHK) • myExperiment – Huayan Gao – Finn Bacall – Dave De Roure• GigaScience • NBIC – Scott Edmunds – Kostas Karasavvas – Peter Li – Tam Sneddon• BGI-Hong Kong – Dennis Chan – Edmond Leung• Galaxy team – Nate Coraor
  • Thank you