Does someone want to tell this person about the benefits of Galaxy?
UCSC has already told him about featureBits.
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Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2006 17:54:49 -0800
From: Jing Zhu <jzhu(a)soe.ucsc.edu>
Subject: [Genecats] what is an efficient way to combine data tracks?
I need some help on a browser-related frustration
I have been performing intersections of data from more than two tables
(combining repeatmasker, simple repeats and pseudogene tracks) by using the
TABLE BROWSER. But each step of this process takes a very long time to
finish, mostly displaying "loading ... " on web browser. Although I manage
to finish it, I would prefer a faster method. Can anyone give me a pointer
for an alternative approach? I am currently working on combining tracks of
functional annotation (Affy's gene expression track, refseq, mRNA, ESTs, and
RNAs) for the whole human genome.
Thanks in advance.
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