Question: multiqc change sample names
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7 months ago by
Richard570
Canada
Richard570 wrote:

Hi all,

I'm trying to put together a multiqc report that uses the same samples multiple times and the only differences are due to the sample and centre where the data were generated.

I'm trying to organize my report so I can see the centre and sample in each label. It looks like that I can use the "-d" parameter to bring folder names in to do this, but it gets messy when I try and combine multiqc data with flagstats data as they each create results files at different depths.

Here's an example: enter image description here In the above example, there are two samples (NA24143 and NA24149). There will also be other centers (not shown) in the "GSC" position in the path. I'd like to be able to group the results for each sample-center combination. Has anyone done this?

thanks,

Richard

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 7 months ago • written 7 months ago by Richard570

One related option would be if there was a way to edit the multiqc_sources.txt file and then re-generate the report with the edited names. Might this be possibe?

ADD REPLYlink written 7 months ago by Richard570
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7 months ago by
Richard570
Canada
Richard570 wrote:

Looks like symlinking all the initial BAM files to follow the same naming convention and re-generating the results is the safest way to get the samples to line up in the tables.

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