Question: Multi-join name of the dataset
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21 months ago by
rhishi.sr0 wrote:


I am analyzing RNA-seq data on multiple fastq files. I processed all of them to get the FeatureCounts. I wanted to merge all these FeatureCounts in one file (a column per sample). I used multi-join tool to do that. However, the header that this tool generates makes no sense at all. eg: "dataset_19069838_V2", here V2 comes from column 2, but where is this "19069838" generated from? I searched the attributes of the files that are merged, but dont see anywhere this number. How do you check for it? Thanks


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ADD COMMENTlink modified 21 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k • written 21 months ago by rhishi.sr0
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:


The dataset number is an internal identifier. This is not particularly helpful in the report, but it is how the third party tool works. Making an enhancement request against the development repository is one way to ask to have this changed to be more informative.

To find the development repository for a tool and make a request:

  1. Within Galaxy, click on the tool to bring up the tool form. Under "Options" is a link to the Tool Shed repository.
  2. In the Tool Shed, the landing page for the tool as the development repository linked.
  3. Open an issue in that repository making the request. Include the tool version in that ticket along with the details.

Thanks, Jen, Galaxy team

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