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On 1/29/14 1:46 PM, Ines wrote:
I was trying to run a dataset through Picrust on the web-based Galaxy.
I did the OTU table in Qiime as explained in
with the command line: pick_closed_reference_otus.py -i
$path/file.fasta -r $path/rep-set/97_otus.fasta -o $path/OTU_Table.biom.
I uploaded the file in Get Data, and I want to run the Normalize by
Copy Number step, but I get the following message History does not
include a dataset of the required format / build.
I am not sure if when I generate the OTU Table I need to specify a
particular format, or what the problem is. I would really appreciate
I attach the biom file generated in case you need to take a look.
Thank you very much in advance.
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