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{{ {{{template}}} | name = Tripal | full_name = | status = mature | dev = active | support = active | type = | platform = linux, os x, unix, win|platform = linux, os x, unix, win|platform = linux, os x, unix, win|platform = linux, os x, unix, win | platform = web | logo = TripalLogo.jpg | home = http://tripal.info/ | about = Tripal is a web front end for Chado databases, based on the Drupal content management system. Tripal leverages many of the features of Drupal--ability to search and edit content, detail pages for different types of content, customizable page layouts, and so on--to provide users with an intuitive, flexible interface to a database.

Features and advantages of Tripal:

  • Allows rapid development of an online genomic database.
  • Site administrators can add non-biological content to their sites and allow editing of content by non-technical users.
  • Integrates directly with GMOD Chado.
  • Provides visualizations for Chado "modules" such as features, analyses, libraries, stocks, and others.
  • Provides an interface for easy editing/updating of data in Chado.
  • Provides full text and categorical search capabilities for Chado content.
  • Can integrate GMOD tools such as CMap and GBrowse.
  • Integrates with powerful Drupal features like Drupal views and panels
  • Provides fully customizable PHP-based templates to allow users to change the look and feel of their installation
  • Web-based management of Chado (i.e. installation of Chado v1.11 and loading of ontologies)
  • Loaders for GFF3 and FASTA format files.
  • Provides an API to allow for creation of custom extensions by anyone.

What is tripal capable of? Checkout out the Demo instance | screenshot = | public_server = | dl = | dl_url = http://tripal.info/download | dl_src = | dl_src_url = | dl_dev = The latest development version of Tripal is available from the Drupal.org git repositories. Currently Tripal is a sandbox project while it goes through the module application process. For more information regarding the Tripal git repository including common git commands, see Tripal's Drupal.org project page.

To clone the Tripal development GIT repository, use the following command:

 git clone --recursive --branch 6.x-1.x http://git.drupal.org/sandbox/spficklin/1337878.git tripal

You can also browse the Tripal GIT repository.


| dl_dev_url = | getting_started_preamble = Full documentation on installing, configuring, and using Tripal is available from the Tripal website. | req = | install = | config = | doc =

For Developers

Tripal provides an API to help developers who wish to create new Tripal extension modules. The API provides common functions for interacting with Chado, Tripal, and for constructing or editing custom templates for a custom look-and-feel. For more information, see the following links:

| papers = * Tripal: a construction toolkit for online genome databases. [1]

| presentations = | tutorials =

Tripal Tutorial v1.1
used during the 2013 GMOD Summer School
Tripal Tutorial (v1.0)
used during the 2012 GMOD Summer School
Tripal Tutorial (v0.3.1b)
The full v0.3.1b tutorial
Tripal Tutorial (v0.3.1b VM)
for use with the Tripal virtual machine
Tripal Tutorial (pre version 0.3b)
from the 2010 GMOD Spring School

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| mail =

Mailing List Link Description Archive(s)
Tripal gmod-tripal Tripal-related announcements, questions, and requests for help from developers and the community. Nabble (2010/05+), Sourceforge
gmod-tripal-devel Tripal development list Nabble, Sourceforge

| logo_info = | dev_ppl = Tripal is under development at several institutions, including the Mainlab Bioinformatics at Washington Statue University, the University of Saskatchewan and the Clemson University Genomics Institute (CUGI). | dev_status = | contact_email = spficklin@gmail.com | input = GFF3, FASTA, Chado DB | output = | see_also = | demo_server = | survey_link = |release date=2009 | extras =

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