Question: None Availability Genome.Fa Files Through Mapping Modules On Local Server
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Sandrine Imbeaud20 wrote:
Hello, I apologize for this probably very simple application. We have installed our own Galaxy server and started using in-house the NGS modules. However, during the mapping procedure using either BWA for illumina or BFAST tools, no reference genome index is available. To solve the problem, we have followed the tutorials and have uploaded the hg19.fa file and put it locally in the Galaxy-dist/database folder. We also have modified the *_index.loc files indicating the path to the file. We restarted the Galaxy server. However, still no reference is available through the NGS mapping modules. Is there anyone that may help use solving this probably simple problem? Kind regards / Sandrine
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 6.2 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k • written 6.2 years ago by Sandrine Imbeaud20
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Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k wrote:
Hello Sandrine, It sound like you have a good start at getting this set up and might just need a few more pieces. No mention of the builds list or the indexes for the genome was made, so those would be the places to look into next. Instructions for full set up, including how to download indexes from our rysnc server should you wish you use our version of them, are here: Going forward, you will want to direct question about local installs to the mailing list, for the best feedback (including from other users also running local Galaxy's that can help troubleshoot): Good luck! Jen Galaxy team -- Jennifer Jackson
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