The GenePattern team and collaborating organizations maintain several servers that can be used without installing any software. All that is needed is to register (Note that each server must be registered for separately). More information about the servers is provided below.
Please do not use a public GenePattern server to analyze protected health information.
This publicly available server makes use of Amazon’s elastic compute resources and batch processing, allowing for greater compute capacity, both in terms of numbers and intensity of jobs.
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.
gpbroad.broadinstitute.org/gp(must be connected to the Broad internal network or VPN)
The Broad Institute hosts an internal GenePattern server, available only to Broad Institute members and collaborators.
Running your own GenePattern server
For those who wish to install and maintain their own GenePattern Server, the installer can be downloaded from GitHub.
Please note that it is not required to install GenePattern in order to use it. (see the above sections for more information on selecting a server to use)
Protected Health Information: By registering for GenePattern/GenePattern Notebook, you agree that you will upload only information that can be made available for public consumption and for which you have specific permission. Do not upload information that identifies specific individuals or that can be associated with them, known as Personally Identifiable Information (PII). If you have any doubts as to whether specific information can be uploaded, please consult the Compliance Office in your institution. The Regents of the University of California do not accept any responsibility or liability for any information that you upload that is prohibited above.