Thanks a lot. It worked well. However the run stopped after a few minutes.
Here is the message :
Error aligning sequence. Error reading ebwt array: returned 113175904,
length was 823263360 Your index files may be corrupt; please try
re-building or re-downloading. A complete index consists of 6 files:
XYZ.1.ebwt, XYZ.2.ebwt, XYZ.3.ebwt, XYZ.4.ebwt, X
Honestly I have no idea what it means. I tried to upload the fastq file
from a big Cell paper to have an example of analysis. Do you think that the
original Fastq from the paper could have a problem (as an example : an
"home made" way to process samples ?)
2015-07-20 14:57 GMT-04:00 Peter van Heusden <p...@sanbi.ac.za>:
> Hi Lionel
> Sounds like Galaxy does not know what format your FASTQ file is. When you
> click on it, what format does it show? Is it simple fastq? And how did you
> get it into Galaxy?
> You might need to manually specify the format by clicking on the Edit
> Attributes button (the pencil icon) and select the Datatype tab. Then set
> it to fastqsanger. This should allow the analysis to continue.
> On 20 July 2015 at 01:01, Lionel Mavoungou <lionel....@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have a problem when I try to align en FATSQ file for a ChIP-seq.
>> I have done a FASTQ grooming because it has been performed on Illumina.
>> No my file is a .FASTSANGER.
>> However my file is not recognized. I see this : No fastqsanger,
>> fastqillumina or fastqsolexa dataset collection available.
>> How could I fix it. It seems that my fastq file as well as my fastqsanger
>> are not recognized.
>> Thanks a lot,
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