Hi James,

If the dataset is public (or at least you can access it), you can fetch it using wget or curl. The link to download can be obtained by right clicking the floppy disk icon inside a history item and choosing "Copy Link Address." Once you have the link:


  % wget '<link>'

or

  % curl -O '<link>'

The quotes aren't strictly necessary but will prevent the shell from
evaluating the '?' character in the link.

Not exactly what you were asking for, but perhaps will be an acceptable alternative?

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 3/16/11 7:40 AM, James Lindsay wrote:
Hello,
I was wondering if there was a way to export a dataset to the file
system? Basically I think it would be advantageous if someone could copy
a dataset to an "export" folder, with appropriate naming and file
extensions, they could then FTP this data away or work with it locally?

Thanks,
James

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