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            <h2>Hello, your <strong>Galaxy ToolFactory Docker</strong> container is running!</h2>
            <strong>If you have not already done so, </strong>
            From a handy linux console, please use <br>
            <code>docker ps</code><br>
            to find this container's name then use<br>
            <code>docker exec [container name] config/</code>
            to load the sample tool generators to fully populate this container.
            until the Dockerfile for this container figures out how to load a workflow during the build correctly.<br>
            To run the workflow you need two small datasets until I get them loaded<br>
            phiX.fasta from the Galaxy test-sample directory, and any smallish text file you want such as a readme or script.<br>
            When you run the workflow, feed the fasta where it says, and the text file where you see<br>
            Send it to the same history and let it run.<br>
            With any luck, you will have a history of examples to play with - use the rerun button to repopulate the ToolFactory form to illustrate<br>
            positional and argparse style parameter passing for python, a simple bash script using STDIN/STDOUT and the perl (ugh) example from planemo<br>
            <a target="_blank" href="" class="btn btn-primary btn-lg">Configuring Galaxy »</a>
            <a target="_blank" href="" class="btn btn-primary btn-lg">Installing Tools »</a>
            <a target="_parent" href="/tours/core.galaxy_ui" class="btn btn-primary btn-lg">Guided Tour »</a>
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            <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">
            Galaxy</a> is an open platform for supporting data intensive
            research. Galaxy is developed by <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">The Galaxy Team</a>
            with the support of  <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">many contributors</a>.
            The Galaxy Docker project is supported by the University of Freiburg, part of de.NBI.

            The <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">Galaxy Project</a>
            is supported in part by <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">NHGRI</a>,
            <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">NSF</a>,
            <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences</a>,
            <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">The Institute for CyberScience at Penn State</a>,
            and <a target="_blank" class="reference" href="">Johns Hopkins University</a>.