Thanks for the info. However, my problem is that the "Tool
Version" field is completely empty in my history items (eg. Tophat2, Cuffdiff). I
suppose I can check the dependancies list you described, but it would be important to know
precisely which version was run on any given query.
If you ran Cuffdiff in the last couple months, you used version 2.1.1 ; before that it was
1.3.x The version information was added in the last couple weeks, which is why you
don't see it. Any runs going forward should include the version.
Date: Tue, 5 Nov 2013 09:45:19 +0000
From: "graham etherington (TSL)"
To: Cory Dunn <cdunn(a)ku.edu.tr>, "galaxy-user(a)bx.psu.edu"
Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] Cuffdiff version not apparent
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A list of Galaxy dependancies can be found on the wiki at:
...although many tools allow a range of tool versions.
You can also identify the information about the specific tool versions by
clicking on the View Details ?i? icon of a history item created by that
tool and looking at the Tool Version field.
If you?re using the Galaxy public server (https://usegalaxy.org/
clicking on the ?i? icon of a cuffdiff output file will show:
Tool Version:cuffdiff v2.1.1 (4046M)
Hope this helps.
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