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Comment: C: Please clarify: How much space does my data take up and what is the best way to
... Thanks for the idea! Currently, I only have one directory labeled "000" in GALAXY_ROOT/database/files. Best, ~Lina ...
written 2.5 years ago by LF10
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Please clarify: How much space does my data take up and what is the best way to monitor disk quotas?
... Hi all, I'm new to maintaining a galaxy server and I would like some clarification on disk space used for storing datasets. I'm taking over this galaxy server from someone else and wasn't involved in setting it up, so I'm still trying to find my way around. I was under the impression that the data ...
space disk quota administrator written 2.5 years ago by LF10
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Comment: C: Custom tool: multiple output files
... Thanks for the explanation! ...
written 2.6 years ago by LF10
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(Closed) Custom tool: multiple output files
... Hi all, I'm following instructions for setting up a tool that generates multiple output files. According to the wiki page, to save the output files to a "sub-directory of the working directory", I should use the following code: <outputs> <data format="txt" name="report"> <di ...
custom development tool multiple output files written 2.6 years ago by LF10
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Comment: C: Custom tool creates output in a directory -- how to make the user interface awar
... Thanks for the suggestion! I actually already have the tool running in galaxy! The output I posted above is debugging messages that the tool prints to stdout. The only part I'm stuck on is how to make the output available to the galaxy user. It looks like the tool runs to completion just fine, but ...
written 2.6 years ago by LF10
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Custom tool creates output in a directory -- how to make the user interface aware of it?
... Hi all, I have a perl script I am trying to integrate into a galaxy server. The script generates a variable number of output files and saves them in an output directory. I am wondering how to make the user interface of the galaxy server aware of this output. I put some debug statements into the p ...
custom tool output development directory written 2.6 years ago by LF10 • updated 2.6 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson23k
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Comment: C: Custom tool development: how to output multiple files to a directory?
... Ok, that works -- thanks!! ...
written 2.6 years ago by LF10
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Comment: C: How to define multiple accepted data input formats for custom tool in the XML fi
... Great, thanks for the help! ...
written 2.6 years ago by LF10
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Custom tool development: how to output multiple files to a directory?
... Hi all, I am trying to implement a script into a galaxy server that I usually run on the command line. The script produces a variable number of output files and saves those into an output directory that can be specified on the command line. I found an article on the Galaxy wiki pages that describ ...
custom tool galaxy development written 2.6 years ago by LF10 • updated 2.6 years ago by Bjoern Gruening4.8k
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How to define multiple accepted data input formats for custom tool in the XML file?
... Hi all, I am working on implementing a custom tool for a galaxy server and was wondering about the best way to allow for both fastq and fastq.gz input format. For example, my XML <inputs> tag contains the following <param> tag right now: <param type="data" name="R1" format="fastq" ...
custom tool specification xml datatype written 2.6 years ago by LF10 • updated 2.6 years ago by Bjoern Gruening4.8k

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