User: Wolfgang Maier

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Answer: A: Split VCF file
... I guess your problem comes from the header lines, which are present in VCF and start with a `#`. If your filter does not keep them, then the result is no longer vcf, but just general tabular data. Possible solutions: 1) Use the `Select lines that match an expression` tool with a regular expression ...
written 16 days ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Answer: A: Rescue deleted files non purged ?
... Sure! Note the > x shown, y deleted stats displayed just beneath the history title? Clicking on the "y deleted" part will unhide the deleted datasets in your history bar. The ones you haven't purged yet should have an `Undelete it` link, which will do just what it says. ...
written 19 days ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Comment: C: how to get the file of N2 SNP filtered
... > the maximum value of Y- axis is 0.7 ,less than 1,so that the curve graphs can not get its peak value ,and i cannot find the mutant region I don't think I understand this completely. Are you saying you are getting a peak (it would be nice if you could tell us with which tool, by the way) at 0.7 ...
written 28 days ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Answer: A: how to get the file of N2 SNP filtered
... It is, at least, somewhat unusual to try to start with a Hawaiian reference. Normally, you'd use an N2 reference and a list of Hawaiian SNPs instead. From a previous thread it sounded as if you had access to both of these. Correct? Maybe you should follow this [tutorial][1] first. The MiModD tools ...
written 29 days ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Comment: C: Inquiry about the C.elegans Feb 2009 (WS200/ce7) reference genome - source UCSC/
... > Firstly,I thought WS220/ce10 refers to the genome of CB4856,but i am not sure . And i need the genome of N2 to be the reference genome in my analysis. As I said before, WSxyz/cexy are always N2 references. The HA_SNPS_....vcf file you are mentioning is a file from the CloudMap workflow and lis ...
written 5 weeks ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Answer: A: Inquiry about the C.elegans Feb 2009 (WS200/ce7) reference genome - source UCSC/
... I'm not sure I understand your follow-up question. N2 is the C. elegans reference strain so, of course, what's released by Wormbase is the N2 sequence. I think you have to understand that published reference genomes are not a static thing, but undergoing curation and corrections, meaning there exact ...
written 5 weeks ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Answer: A: inquiry about the refference genome
... C.elegans Feb 2009(WS200/ce7)(ce7) means the version of the C. elegans reference genome published in Wormbase release WS200, which is identical to UCSC release ce7. Does that answer your question? ...
written 5 weeks ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Comment: C: MiModD request for installation
... Only mimodd_main is installed there though, but you can align reads with bowtie2 (just make sure you provide sample information in the bowtie tool interface) and use the regular SnpEff wrappers for annotation. The basic worklow is described in [this training material][1]. [1]: http://galaxyproje ...
written 6 weeks ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Answer: A: MiModD request for installation
... Hi, it is funny that you are asking just now because since today MiModD is available at https://usegalaxy.eu/ , the all new European counterpart of usegalaxy.org! You may want to give the tool a try there, while waiting for it to become available on your side of the Atlantic. It should work well, bu ...
written 6 weeks ago by Wolfgang Maier530
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Answer: A: snpff vrfiant analysis ref seq
... SnpEff genomes are built for specific versions of SnpEff. Did the version of the tool change between the different job runs (click on the rerun button of both one of your successful and failed jobs and take a look at the very top of the tool page where it says Galaxy Version x.y.z). If the versions ...
written 6 weeks ago by Wolfgang Maier530

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