Chipster is a user-friendly software for analysing high-throughput sequencing and microarray data, provided as part of EGI's Applications on Demand service.
The software contains over 400 analysis tools and a large collection of reference genomes.
Users can save and share automatic analysis workflows, and visualize data interactively using for example the built-in genome browser.
The Chipster testbed configured at CESGA offers:
- 8 vCPU cores,
- 32GB of RAM,
- 1TB of block storage in /data,
- Software and tools are in available under the
- Chipster (v3.16.3).
For accessing this testbed you need to be a member of the Applications on Demand.
Create/Review a temporary account
Go to Chipster entry in Science Software on Demand Portal and log in with your EGI Check-In account
The first time you log in, you need to generate a temporary password by clicking on the "Execute" button, as shown below.
Please refresh the web page after your password has been successfully generated. Once the page is reloaded (see screenshot below) you are presented with a link to access the Chipster server that you can access with the new credentials.
If your account has expired the Science Gateway will automatically generate a new password for you. Just click on the "Show form" button to manage your credentials.
Please provide appropriate acknowledgement of the use of this service in your scientific publications. Here is an example:
This work used the EGI Applications on Demand service, which is co-funded by the EOSC-hub project (grant number 777536)