Yes, this is true, many of the Interval Operations tools do not interpret strand. Meaning that you would need to first filter the data by strand, then perform the operation per strand to obtain an inner join result.
Help, including links to screencasts: http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Learn/Interval%20Operations
Jen Galaxy team
On 11/3/11 1:13 PM, Stephen Eacker wrote:
Hello, I using operate on genomic intervals on some data and it always seems to ignore the strand information. Am I missing something or does "operate of genomic intervals" disregard strand information? Is there a tool that does the inner join function and takes into account strand information?
Stephen Eacker, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow Dawson Lab Institute for Cell Engineering Johns Hopkins Medical Institute (443) 287-5605 email@example.com
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