User: luciaaheitor

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Comment: C: Can't use cached bed file
... Thank you for still answering my question! Your answer is reasonable and I really wonder what I was doing wrong. Thank you very much for your time and patience ...
written 7 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Comment: C: Can't use cached bed file
... Hey, thank you so much for helping me. I don't understand why the command line part wasn't showing on the details when I was signed in as admin. I also couldn't get Galaxy Reports to work (probably more newbie issues), so I decided to try and exhaust all my possible ideas to get you an answer to wha ...
written 7 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Comment: C: Can't use cached bed file
... The loc file was based on the all_fasta.loc one and the lines with the value, dbkey, name and path aren't commented so I believe that part may be correct. I hope! I wanted to do as you suggested and check the command but on the details of the tool run the command line section doesn't appear and I c ...
written 8 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Comment: C: Can't use cached bed file
... Yes, in my tool xml I have this to access the bed files: Could there be a problem there? When it gives out the options it looks as expected. I adde ...
written 8 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Can't use cached bed file
... Hey, I wanted to have built-in BED files specific to the genome references that I added to my local galaxy, and so I added a table to the Tool Data Table where I included their paths in the loc file. These show up properly on the local data in the admin tab but when I use it on a tool it says that ...
local galaxy bed file tool written 8 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Comment: C: Python outputs empty on history
... Thank you! Thanks to your explanation I figured out what I was doing wrong. The problem was that galaxy was looking for the "report.pdf" and "unknown_variants.csv" and the script was giving them other file names. After changing this everything worked out fine! Thank you once again for the patience ...
written 10 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Comment: C: Python outputs empty on history
... I changed the xml as you suggested and the result is the same. > In the python script I write the result to the $output1 parameter How do you do that? I think the problem might be from my script but even after researching about it I was still unaware of what to do.. ...
written 10 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Python outputs empty on history
... Hello! So I have a python script that I'm integrated in my local galaxy and it outputs 2 files: one pdf created with pdflatex and one csv file. This code works perfectly on the command line, on galaxy the code finishes successfully but the outputs are empty. Command on the xml: Writting of ...
custom galaxy development tool outputs written 10 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20 • updated 10 weeks ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson25k
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Comment: C: Custom tool error: Weird input given to a parameter that requires a fastqc file
... Yes, more than what I asked for was solved. Thank you for your help as well! ...
written 10 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20
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Comment: C: Custom tool error: Weird input given to a parameter that requires a fastqc file
... Thank you! The tool was initially written in Planemo and everything seems perfectly ok expect when I run the tool and give the parameters where it seems to "ignore" the fastqs. I'll try to reach the developers through Gitter then. ...
written 10 weeks ago by luciaaheitor20

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