Hi Xiaofei,

I just replied to the other thread about this same question, and left you on the cc. Please check out the cloud option - this is intended to be useful for those that do not want to invest in a local server or manage the associated administrative tasks. If you are working in on a project related to academic research, be aware the Amazon has a grant program that can help with the costs there (Galaxy is free of course!). More details about this are on their web site.
http://usegalaxy.org/cloud
http://aws.amazon.com/grants/

Good luck with your project!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 2/14/14 9:39 AM, Wang, Xiaofei wrote:
Dear,

Is it possible to use SnpEff with genomes of other species (e.g. Drosophila) other than C.elegan on galaxy website (not local)? It seems the only option for the genome menu (Caenorhabditis elegants : WS220.64).

In fact, I am trying to use CloudMap (the EMS Variant Density Mapping workflow) to analyze data for Drosophila. So, I have to edit the workflow based on my own data. For SnpEff on the workflow, I tried to change "Genome" to other species from Caenorhabditis elegants : WS. But, there is no other options. Then, I changed it "to be set at runtime". When I run the workflow, I still can not change it to other species. Then, I went to see the SnpEff tool on galaxy website and found that there is no other options for "Genome" option.

So, could you help me about this? Could I use SnpEff and CloudMap (the EMS Variant Density Mapping workflow) other than worm? Or, I have to install galaxy locally for this objective?

Thank you so much!

Have a nice day!


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