Yes, these alignments were done to ensemble, not UCSC.
---Regards, Evan Clark
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Are you using the chromosome lengths for the correct organism and
source? GL000192.1 is a contig name used by Ensembl and Gencode (but
not UCSC!) for GRCh37 (aka hg19).
Devon Ryan, Ph.D.
Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics
On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 4:12 PM, evan clark <eclar...@fau.edu> wrote:
> When attempting to generate a bigwig file I receive this error.
> hashMustFindVal: 'GL000192.1' not found Fatal error: Matched on Error Error
> running wigToBigWig.
> I have added the chrom len files for galaxy and update the location path but
> an unsure what could be causing this issue.
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