Question: Help with Cuffdiff - metadata malues missing
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2.7 years ago by
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hadwen.jeremiah0 wrote:

I am trying to run differential expression analysis using Cuffdiff in Galaxy. I have two conditions, 1 replicate, SE 50bp read sequenced libraries aligned to mm9.

I am using mm9 from UCSC as reference.

Several times I have tried to run this but I keep getting the following error report:

"Required metadata values are missing. Some of these values may not be editable by the user. Selecting "Auto-detect" will attempt to fix these values."

I tried clicking "auto-detect" but nothing happened.

Any help?

 

 

ADD COMMENTlink modified 2.7 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson23k • written 2.7 years ago by hadwen.jeremiah0
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2.7 years ago by
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson23k wrote:

UPDATE:

Maybe ignore the original post - the reads are single end? What mapping tool was used? The tag "XS" must be present in the input BAM datasets for Cuffdiff. If the reads are not from a known, stranded, sequencing procedure, assigning this value will only be possible if the sequence overlaps an intron during mapping (contains a splice site). Tophat will assign this value during the mapping run. If you used another mapper, check the documentation or simply convert the BAM to SAM and examine. This missing value could produce the error you describe above.

===> original post

Hello,

Where are you working? http://usegalaxy.org, a cloud, a local, or another public server?

The data either did not load properly or was malformed prior to upload. Try uploading again. If problematic, test the data locally with something simple like Samtools to make certain that it is intact. Also - please remember - when loading BAM datasets into Galaxy, just load the .bam. The .bam.bai index is created on the Galaxy server as part of the metadata detection processing.

Also, once you have this going, consider using a iGenomes reference annotation file with this tool suite. These files contain specific attributes utilized to generate the full compliment of statistics. Data for mm9 is available.

iGenomes reference annotation

mm9 happens to also be already included on Galaxy Main usegalaxy.org). Shared Data -> Data Libraries -> iGenomes

Best, Jen, Galaxy team

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