Running Applications: Applications on BioLib can be run using the browser-based GUI or programmatically using Python or the terminal. You can find information about running BioLib applications from Python or the terminal here.
Computation: Depending on your setup, computation happens locally, on a designated compute node or using the BioLib Cloud. You can find information about how to set up a BioLib compute node here.
Data Security: When using BioLib applications, computation happens within sandboxed compute environments. Read more about BioLib's approach to the protection of sensitive biological data in the data security section.
Common Issues: When running BioLib applications through the browser, make sure to use an up-to-date version of either Google Chrome, Firefox or Microsoft Edge. It is recommended to use a machine with at least 4GB RAM.
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