Q. What is Galaxy?
Q. Who uses Galaxy?
Q. How do I use Galaxy?
Q. Can I install my own version of Galaxy?

Q. What is Galaxy?
A. Galaxy is a freely available, open, web-based platform for biomedical research. It makes scientific analysis accessible, reproducible and transparent.
You can try-out or use Galaxy or download and install your own private Galaxy server
Galaxy Server
Q. Who uses Galaxy?
A. Thousands of scientists worldwide use Galaxy on more than 30 public Galaxy servers and hundreds of private instances. The main Galaxy server has more than 46,000 users and the numerous Galaxy publications have had more than 1200 citations.
Q. How do I use Galaxy?
A. Galaxy is available to use, free of charge on a number of publicly available servers. It’s easy to use – create an account, upload your data and use the pre-installed tools to analyse it.
Galaxy ServerA list of publicly available servers is maintained on the Galaxy wiki at:
https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/PublicGalaxyServers
Any publicly available servers in the UK will also be shown as a green flag on our server map
Q. Can I install my own version of Galaxy?
A. Yes, you can install your own instance of Galaxy. This would be a good idea if you want to develop Galaxy further, add new tools, plug-in new data sources, analyse sensitive data, or process very big datasets.
Galaxy Server
For further details on how to install your own local instance of Galaxy visit:
https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/GetGalaxy