Hi,

In case you'd be interested: we use a script that creates interlaced data of paired end data. We run this outside galaxy on groups of samples ordered in directories at once. We then import the interlaced data into galaxy, enabling batch workflow. The first step of the workflow is a deinterlacing of the datafiles.


The script is available here: http://geertvandeweyer.zymichost.com/index.php?page=read&id=27

Best Regards,

Geert



On 07/18/2012 02:38 PM, Sascha Kastens wrote:

Hi Dev-Team,

are you planning or maybe working on an update which enables the

possiblilty to run workflows in batch mode with paired end data?

Cheers,

Sascha



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