To get the identifiers from column 4 into a single, tab delimited list
from an interval/bed file, use the "Group" tool, like this:
To convert the tabular delimiter to a comma, use a text editor after
Galaxy in a local install could also be modified to do the replace, I
can think of a few places - with "Convert delimiters" in Text
Manipulation" being perhaps the simplest choice to customize.
On 3/31/13 11:10 AM, Kumar, Charu Gupta wrote:
My question is about "operating on genomic intervals, Coverage" tool.
I wanted a csv list of identifiers (c4) in the second dataset that
cover each interval in the first dataset.
How would I go about getting such a list?
Thank you so much in advance.
Charu Gupta Kumar, Ph.D.
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