Question: Trinity assembly multiple files
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8 months ago by
anna.kosakyan0 wrote:

Dear Galaxy team, I am trying to assemble 12 paired reads at the same time using Trinity on Galaxy. I use multiple file option, but in the result it creates 12 separate assemblies. Does Galaxy has such an option to create one big assembly from multiply files? Many thanks Anna

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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:


Yes, when given multiple inputs, a separate job is created for each pairing.

To run all of the data in a single assembly, use the tool Concatenate to put all of the forward reads into a single fastq dataset, then do the same for the reverse reads.

Collections/datasets could be also be combined into merged datasets using the tool Collapse Collection. If interested, this is how:

Should that larger job, later on, fail for a memory error, then it is too large to run at Galaxy Main

Thanks, Jen, Galaxy team

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