GenePattern at Indiana University





The GenePattern team in collaboration with Indiana University’s (IU) National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) hosts a public server on IU’s high-performance computing system. This server has the capacity to better accommodate next-generation sequencing analysis and other compute-intensive analyses.

Additional information about the GenePattern @ IU

  • The job purge for the IU server is currently set to 30 days.
  • There is currently no quota on the IU server, with regard to jobs or data upload. This may change in the future.
  • The server is unavailable on the second Sunday each month. Typically, GenePattern will be unavailable from 5pm the Saturday before until 9am the Monday after, for planned maintenance. We will communicate any other planned downtime as far in advance as possible.

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