User: mrals

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Comment: C: filesystem failure and job failures
... How do we display this banner as admins? ...
written 3 months ago by mrals0
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Comment: C: How do I save multi-line 'area' text input to a file in tool XML?
... Thank you @Hans-Rudolf. I understand the concern, which makes lots of sense in an open-source environment. In my case, the text was more of a config-file for parsing, rather than an executable script (like the awk example that is often featured). Your link helped solve my problem, as the documentat ...
written 4 months ago by mrals0
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How do I save multi-line 'area' text input to a file in tool XML?
... Hello, I have a plain text input for some data. `` I would like to paste the value of this cheetah variable into a file in the command block, something like `echo $foo > input.txt;` but when I do this, Cheetah replaces each newline of the text input with "__cn\__" and each carrot with "__gt\__". ...
dev xml tool written 4 months ago by mrals0 • updated 4 months ago by Hotz, Hans-Rudolf1.7k
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Answer: A: cufflinks running problem
... Hmm, did you look at the standard output and standard error? Sounds like a server issue. ...
written 9 months ago by mrals0
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Answer: A: connecting a local instance to another computer behind a proxy
... That sounds like a question for your IT group. Biostar and Galaxy are not responsible for your company's safety protocols. That said, if you have a DNS domain for your server (hopefully with your company's authentication protocols in place) then you will have to have someone who knows what they are ...
written 9 months ago by mrals0
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Answer: A: RNA-seq pipeline standard?
... Hello! The standard methods are reliable, although there have been efficiency, precision, and accuracy improvements that can be found out there. There are always improvements in workflows to be gained from benchmark studies and good quantitative comparisons. I have found that for the most part, the ...
written 9 months ago by mrals0

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