Dear Galaxy devs,
Would it be possible to include drosophila Melanogaster (dm3) genome
for mapping in NGS toolbox? D Mel is a widely used model organism and
I am sure many biologists could use it.
Farhat Habib, PhD
IISER Fellow, Biology
Indian Institute of Science Education & Research,
Sai Trinity Building, Garware Circle,
Sutarwadi, Pashan, Pune-411 021.
Office: +91 20 2590 8015
Cell: +91 973 0996 233
I'm getting a server error for every operation that I'm trying. Its telling
me to turn on "debug" to see what the problem is, but I can't find where to
Is anyone else having (or have had) this problem?
Could someone point me to the documentation for the sql-lite schema used in
Galaxy? I would like to set up a mysql database and I am looking for
instructions on how to get it working with Galaxy with the correct schema.
Is there way to have the first row of a data file to be set as being a header?
ie so that the names are taken out of the data file, included in the blue column header table, and stay with the datafile through simple transformations (e.g. filtering)?
If not exactly that, is there some way to keep the header labels with the data file without it interfering with analysis?
Thanks in advance,
Post-doctoral fellow, Petronis lab
Krembil Family Epigenetic Research Laboratory
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto
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