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Answer: A: Problem with custom tool that uses bioperl modules in local Galaxy instance
... Hello, That method of providing tool dependencies is not really recommended. It would be more robust to specify a dependency on the `perl-bioperl` package, like so: `perl-bioperl` And then configure your galaxy instance to install and resolve conda dependencies as described in this FAQ: https:// ...
written 8 days ago by Dave B.410
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Answer: A: RNA seq beginner
... Patrick, Bérénice Batut, Mallory Freeberg, and Mo Heydarian have written this training material on RNA-Seq which you might find useful: http://galaxyproject.github.io/training-material/RNA-Seq/ ...
written 23 days ago by Dave B.410
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Comment: C: Dealing with a deterministic amount of output files in tool wrapper
... Is there any way you can share your tool xml with me? ...
written 13 months ago by Dave B.410
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Comment: C: Dealing with a deterministic amount of output files in tool wrapper
... That is odd. Have you verified that the files are actually in the job's working directory? If not, to do that, uncomment and set the following option in your `galaxy.ini` file: cleanup_job = never When the tool completes, you can extract the job's working directory from the log and investigate ...
written 13 months ago by Dave B.410
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Answer: A: Dealing with a deterministic amount of output files in tool wrapper
... Good morning, The syntax of the `discover_datasets` tag is very nearly correct, but the `ext` attribute should be set to "fastq", since that is what the gzip contains. I would also recommend decompressing the files before they reach the history, so that galaxy can generate accurate metadata for th ...
written 13 months ago by Dave B.410
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Comment: C: How to test tool_dependencies.xml
... Yes, the PYTHONPATH definition needs to be $INSTALL_DIR/lib/python ...
written 14 months ago by Dave B.410
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Comment: C: How to test tool_dependencies.xml
... Yes, this link will highlight the `set_environment` actions in the xml I referenced above: https://github.com/galaxyproject/tools-iuc/blob/master/packages/package_python_2_7_deeptools_2_0/tool_dependencies.xml#L52-L63 The first two are the important ones for any python package, letting the galaxy f ...
written 14 months ago by Dave B.410
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Answer: A: How to test tool_dependencies.xml
... Hello, The fastest way to make this XML work is by adding the following after the `setup.py install` command in the last `` tag: ` --install-lib $INSTALL_DIR/lib/python --install-scripts $INSTALL_DIR/bin`, then creating a `set_environment` action tag as described at https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/T ...
written 14 months ago by Dave B.410
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Answer: A: Importing a Repository Capsule
... Hello, The documentation may have been unclear, the designed method is to upload the tarball entire to the capsule import interface, then the toolshed will extract that and create the repositories in the order they should be to maintain valid dependency relationships. ...
written 14 months ago by Dave B.410
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Answer: A: Correctly installing to toolshed
... Hello, Is the perl interpreter installed on the cloud instance? I examined your repository on the test toolshed, and everything seems to be configured correctly. I would however recommend changing the first line of the perl script to: #!/usr/bin/env perl This would handle any potential issue ...
written 14 months ago by Dave B.410

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