Question: Quick Question On Generated Tables
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6.7 years ago by
Carly Hom10
Carly Hom10 wrote:
Hello, I am working on a project that involves extracting a list of promoter regions that contain a significant enough H3k27me3 signal. So far I have produced an output in the ENCODE genome browser which is great for the visual representations I will be needed, but I also need to extract the table that was generated. I see the first few lines in a snapshot of the data that galaxy provided me with, but how do I extract that entire table into spreadsheet or txt format? If you could enlighten me on a galaxy function that allows me to do this and I may be glancing over that would be great. I have provided an image of the data that I want to extract from galaxy so there is no confusion of what I am trying to do. Thank you! - Cary -- Caroline Hom Engineering Residential Community Peer Mentor School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering Grader Fulton Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Fulton Undergraduate Researcher, Synthetic Biology and Bioinformatics Tempe, AZ Ph: 602-315-5728 Arizona State University | Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering B.S.E. Biomedical Engineering OpenWetWare <http:"" wiki="" user:caroline_hom=""> LinkedIn<http:"" profile="" view?id="139737398&amp;locale=en_U" s&trk="tab_pro">
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 6.7 years ago by fubar1.1k • written 6.7 years ago by Carly Hom10
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fubar1.1k wrote:
Hi, Carly. Hover your mouse pointer over the little floppy disk icon and the help text 'download' should appear - click the icon to download the contents of the file to your local workstation. It's an interval file so it will be tab delimited and should open easily in your favourite spreadsheet program. Glad to hear you're enjoying using Galaxy - I hope this helps you get your work done....
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