Question: Concatenate datasets tail-to-head with and without the (cat)
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12 weeks ago by
rpink10
rpink10 wrote:

Hello, I have FASTq files created across four different flow cells from the same sample, so want to put them together for analysis. I have run them through Concatenate datasets tail-to-head (cat) (Galaxy Version 0.1.0), but then realised that there is a Concatenate datasets tail-to-head (Galaxy Version 1.0.0) WITHOUT the (cat)....is there a difference? I guess I just go for the newer version of without cat

Many thanks Ryan

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12 weeks ago by
Bjoern Gruening4.8k
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Bjoern Gruening4.8k wrote:

The only difference is in the implementation and the user interface. Both should do the job. The one with cat in it should be more performant.

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12 weeks ago by
rpink10
rpink10 wrote:

great, thank you! Appreciated

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