When you sent the data over to UCSC, did you save it there into a
Session? If not, then the custom track data will expire in 48-72 hrs (as
all custom track data does, not just those derived from Galaxy).
The solution is to reload from Galaxy into the UCSC Browser each time
you want to use it there or to create a Sessions account at UCSC and
save your custom tracks into it when you want to work with them for
longer periods of time.
Here is a link into the UCSC Sessions help page to get you started:
Hopefully this helps!
On 11/24/10 8:52 PM, Giallourakis, Cosmas P.,M.D. wrote:
I analyzed data and for several days could see data loaded as custom track on
USCSC browser, but no wall of the sudden track is there but EMPTY
Can someone please explain what is going on?
Cosmas Giallourakis, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Massachussetts General Hospital
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