User: Jennifer Hillman Jackson

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Jennifer Hillman Jackson
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Answer: A: Trinity RnaSeq Protocol Galaxy plateform
... Hello, Please see the reply here: https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/p/25720/ Thanks! Jen, Galaxy team ...
written 12 weeks ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Answer: A: Empty VCF file returned by ANNOVAR on Galaxy
... Reply https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/p/18107/ ...
written 20 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Comment: C: How to calculate average coverage for all genes
... Try **NGS: RNA Analysis > htseq-count**. The SAMtools and BEDtool items mentioned in this thread area also wrapped for Galaxy. ...
written 20 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Answer: A: Galaxy vs Linux Command Line
... Hello, Galaxy will do all of these items as built-in functionality whereas in a custom line-command workflow each would need to be engineered in. Galaxy includes API access for high-through-put analysis (working through the web interface is not the only method). [BioBlend][1] is a popular choice f ...
written 21 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Answer: A: Screening whole genome sequence data for mutations in regulatory regions of gene
... Hello, I didn't find a post at Galaxy Biostars, but this tutorial should help you to learn about variant calling and downstream annotation in Galaxy. Modify the example tutorial to create a workflow that meets your specific analysis goals. https://github.com/nekrut/galaxy/wiki/Diploid-variant-call ...
written 21 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Answer: A: problem with using CuffMerge in Galaxy
... Thanks Devon! For any interested, follow the post here: https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/p/17618/ Jen, Galaxy team ...
written 21 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Answer: A: Galaxy local installation - download reference genomes
... A reply for most of this question is at Galaxy Biostars: https://biostar.usegalaxy.org/p/16334 That reply does not address why the job is running for so long. hg19 as contained at the Galaxy Rsync server is not appropriate for GATK. Use hg_g1k_v37 instead. Where data managers are placing data is c ...
written 23 months ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Answer: A: How to get Gene Sequence from BAM file on Galaxy.
... Hello, BEDTools: Intersect BAM alignments with intervals will perform this operation. For the second input use a BED/Interval file that contains the gene location *based on the same reference genome as the first BED input. UCSC could be a source for such a BED file, along with others. See the tools ...
written 2.1 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Comment: C: How to use my own genome on UCSC browser?
... Another good choice. Data from Galaxy is also easily visualized within both IGV and IGB. For known genomes, the links are provided in the UI. So if you decide that you want to do some analysis along with the visualization, using both is an option. ...
written 2.9 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310
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Answer: A: How to use my own genome on UCSC browser?
... Hello, Galaxy (http://usegalaxy.org) has a very robust "Custom Reference Genome" feature that functions with both analysis tools and visualization. This permits nearly any fasta file to be used as a reference genome. Galaxy's visualization browser is called "Trackster".  Start by loading the fasta ...
written 2.9 years ago by Jennifer Hillman Jackson310

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