Question: Converting Files To Gd_Snp Format
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5.8 years ago by
I would like to convert VCF files to gd_snp format to be used in some population genomic analyses. A tutorial online makes it seem like this is the correct path to follow to conduct such analyses: I have been using Galaxy on the free public server and this tools does not appear to be present anywhere. Does anyone know where the tool has gone or is there a way to add the needed tools back? Thanks Mike
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ADD COMMENTlink modified 5.8 years ago by Cathy Riemer20 • written 5.8 years ago by Sheehan, Michael - (michaelsheehan)10
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Cathy Riemer20
Cathy Riemer20 wrote:
Hello Mike, The tutorial you were looking at was made using one of our local Galaxy instances, in advance of updating the main public server. The main server already includes most of the tools used in the examples, but two of the format conversion tools ("MasterVar to gd_snp" and "pgSnp to gd_snp") are not posted there yet. I apologize for the delay. We are in the process of moving some of the tools from the Phenotype Association section of the toolbox to the Convert Formats section, while simultaneously migrating those and the rest of the Phenotype Association tools from their current, manually configured installation method to the new Galaxy Tool Shed paradigm. We have encountered some technical difficulties with that, but we hope to have the update accomplished within the next few weeks. If you need it sooner, let me know and I'll send you the underlying Perl script for the "pgSnp to gd_snp" tool, so you can run that locally to convert your file and then upload the output to your Galaxy history. Thanks for your patience! -Cathy Riemer
ADD COMMENTlink written 5.8 years ago by Cathy Riemer20

Hi Cathy,

I see this post is somewhat old but I was wondering if the "pgSNP to gd_SNP" tool was every uploaded to galaxy?? I still do not see it anywhere (Convert Formats, Genome Diversity, Phenotypic Association...). Is there any chance I could have access to the script mentioned in this thread?

Thank you,

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