... Here are the first few lines from the rmsk table for hg38, where I have filtered for items like "ERV24B":
#filter: (repName like 'ERV24B%')
#bin swScore milliDiv milliDel milliIns genoName genoStart genoEnd genoLeft strand repName repClass repFamily repStart repEnd repLeft id
675 1260 2 ...
... It is possible to generate those alignments with the pslPretty utility, available from our list of utilities:
Here is an example where I also illustrate some other useful commands, faSomeRecords and pslSomeRecords, which are also available from the same dire ...
... Genomax already answered, but here is also a mysql command you can use if you don't want to download the entire hgcentral database dump:
$ mysql -h genome-mysql.soe.ucsc.edu -u genome -e "select name, scientificName from dbDb limit 5" hgcentral
... If you reset your cart (Genome Browser->Reset all user settings in the top blue menu bar) and then go back to the Genome Browser, when you shift+click, a dialog box should come up explaining different zooming and highlighting keyboard shortcuts as well as some highlighting options. There is also ...
... As genomax said, you need to add a track definition line when you load your custom track, something like:
track type=bigWig name="Example Name" description="Example Description"
Here's a list of the different track types supported:
... You need to make sure that all of the chromosome names in your wiggle file are accounted for in the chrom.sizes file.
For instance, if my wiggle file looks like this:
And my chrom.sizes file looks like this:
Then I can still run ...