Question: Problems With Galaxy
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pande110 wrote:
Hi, I uploaded two files since morning today and the message that is being displayed is "tool is waiting to run" Can someone please let me know the reason. thanks.
ADD COMMENTlink modified 8.2 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k • written 8.2 years ago by pande110
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:
Hello Pande, There is a slight back-up of jobs this morning. Usage increased, we made some changes to address the back-up, and now we are actively working to get pending jobs processed. Please let us know if this continues past tomorrow. Our apologies and thank you for your patience! Jen Galaxy Team -- Jennifer Jackson
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Excerpts from's message of Wed Jan 12 15:19:36 +0000 2011: Hi Elena, I'm copying the galaxy-user list since this is a Galaxy related question. If you enter a region into the position box in the genome browser, it will interpret it as one-based. However, when working with bed files in Galaxy (and the genome browser) the intervals are zero-based. This is likely the problem. This is entirely expected. If the alignment procedure does not identify putatively orthologous sequence in the other species, no sequence will be shown in the MAF output for that species. There are several reasons this could happen, including: no significant pairwise local alignment found by lastz, or a signifigant alignment found, but eliminated by the chaining/netting procedure. Can you point out an example of this? In particular, are you sure you are using the same original alignments in Galaxy and the Genome Browser? Thanks, James -- James Taylor, Assistant Professor, Biology / Computer Science, Emory University
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