Question: After loading up RNAseq data, what to do next?
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shuo.li10 wrote:


Could an expert please give me a lay instruction on below matters? --

Q1: I have uploaded my RNAseq data (gene expresssion) to galaxy, what is the next step? such as quality control??

Q2: I have used up 95% of my space, is there any possiblity to get more space, such as create a 2nd account and transfer some data to the new account?

Thanks a lot for your helpI


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ADD COMMENTlink modified 2.3 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k • written 2.3 years ago by shuo.li10
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:

Hi Lucy,

A tutorial for RNA-seq is here:

There is a one-account per user quota at Galaxy Main Details:

Using more than one account will trigger a duplicate detection and the risk of all data being deleted and the accounts removed is possible - so please avoid that. The disk quota is fixed at 250 GB.

To free up disk for analysis, permanently delete data. How to:

If your work is large, moving to a local or cloud Galaxy where you can control the resources is the best alternative. More:

Thanks, Jen, Galaxy team

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