may I ask you one other question regarding this matter.
There are some tools I used on Galaxy, where I cannot exactly find the owner and look for a paper to be cited, as for example in the case of " Filter data on any column using simple expressions (Galaxy Version 1.1.1)" or " Select lines that match an expression (Galaxy Version 1.0.1)". Does this mean the tool is owned by Galaxy and one does not need to cite another source?
In the case of bcftools norm the initial paper of samtools is quoted on usegalaxy.eu when looking at the tool and so I guessed that this should be also cited, when using it, right?
( bcftools norm Left-align and normalize indels; check if REF alleles match the reference; split multiallelic sites into multiple rows; recover multiallelics from multiple rows (Galaxy Version 1.9+galaxy2); Li, H. et al. The Sequence Alignment/Map format and SAMtools. Bioinformatics 25(16):2078–2079. 2009., https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/btp352)
Thank you so much again!