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Tophat job running for two days
... Hello, My Tophat job has been running for two days not. In the meantime I just completed an auto-detect job in less than an hour. Is it possible that the Tophat job was started when there was a server problem and does not get through? It is yellow. So, it may just be in a queue and eventually f ...
rna-seq written 9 weeks ago by h.stotz10 • updated 9 weeks ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson22k
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Problems with Tophat
... Hello, I submitted a Tophat job recently and received the following error: An error occurred setting the metadata for this dataset Set it manually or retry auto-detection The files looked o.k. though. I started another Tophat job yesterday but it did not complete yet. I will keep trying. Shoul ...
rna-seq written 9 weeks ago by h.stotz10 • updated 9 weeks ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson22k
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Chromosome alignment to generate MAF file
... Hello, Can I do a chromosome alignment or do I need to use other softward like LASTZ, LAST or MUMmer to generate a MAF file that I can then further analyse in Galaxy? Thanks much, Henrik ...
galaxy written 11 months ago by h.stotz10 • updated 11 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson22k
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Extract chromosome sequences from genome fasta file
... I loaded genome sequences into Galaxy as fasta files. The files contain sequence information about chromosome, e.g. > chrA01 ATCGGATC etc. until the end of the chromosme sequence The next chromsome starts as > chrA02 GGCCATA etc. Can I grep the individual chromosomes? ...
galaxy written 11 months ago by h.stotz10 • updated 11 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson22k
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Comment: C: Enrichment analysis and Fisher's exact test
... I am sorry, but I did not understand the response to my question. Where can I find it? Henrik Stotz, PhD School of Life and Medical Sciences University of Hertfordshire Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 9AB United Kingdom Phone: +44 (0) 1707 284251 Email: h.stotz@herts.ac.uk From: Jennifer Hillman Jacks ...
written 14 months ago by h.stotz10
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(Closed) Rank Terms Error message
... Hello Any idea what the propblem below may be? Henrik   428 Rank Terms on data 418 and data 427 error An error occurred with this dataset: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/galaxy/main/shed_tools/toolshed.g2.bx.psu.edu/repos/miller-lab/genome_diversity/884ccb07885b/genome_diversity/ra ...
software error written 14 months ago by h.stotz10
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(Closed) Rank Terms as part of Genome Diversity
... Dear Jen, I have a gene list and a table file with GO terms.  How can I make the gene list be used in the enrichment analysis.  Apparently the program is set such that only tables can be compared, not gene lists. I used Rank Terms as part of Genome Diversity.  This should be doing just what I need ...
software error written 14 months ago by h.stotz10
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Enrichment analysis and Fisher's exact test
... I have a gene list and a table file with GO terms.  How can I make the gene list be used in the enrichment analysis.  Apparently the program is set such that only tables can be compared, not gene lists. Thanks, Henrik ...
galaxy written 14 months ago by h.stotz10
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Remove duplicate rows from table
... I have a table in Galaxy with 19,132 rows.  I can remove duplicates using group from join, subtract and group and obtain 6,934 entries, but I loose the information from all of the other 23 columns.  How can I remove all of the duplicate rows while keeping all of the information of my 23 columns? ...
galaxy written 15 months ago by h.stotz10 • updated 15 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson22k
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Preparing for Blast2GO
... Here is my problem: I have used Cuffdiff to determine differential gene expression and extracted genomic DNA sequences.  This has given me almost 7000 genes, which is too much to make sense of the data even after filtering.  I am now interested to do Blast2GO to find processes that are enriched.  I ...
galaxy written 15 months ago by h.stotz10 • updated 15 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson22k

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