Hello Mike,

For hg19, the UCSC Table Browser is a source, too. (sounds like you have worked out the query details on the form).


If you are willing to use hg18, then SNPs formatted and ready to use are already in Galaxy under "Shared Data -> Libraries -> Putative SNP phenotypes". You can just check a dataset to load it into your history.

Thanks!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 4/6/11 7:32 PM, Mike Dufault wrote:
Hi Jen,
I tried to follow the directions that you provided, but I don't see "SNP
(128)" as a track option. Actually, I am interested in human SNPs and I
can not find that either. Do you have any idea if UCSC has removed the
track; or am I just looking in the wrong place? Is there anywhere else
that to get the data exported for use by Galaxy?
Thanks,
Mike

--- On *Wed, 4/6/11, Jennifer Jackson /<j...@bx.psu.edu>/* wrote:


    From: Jennifer Jackson <j...@bx.psu.edu>
    Subject: Re: [galaxy-user] Regrading SNPs
    To: "Nripesh Prasad" <np0...@uah.edu>
    Cc: galaxy-user@lists.bx.psu.edu
    Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2011, 4:56 PM

    Hello Nripesh,

    It is not clear exactly what you want to do, but to get data into
    Galaxy:

    The SNPs from UCSC can be imported using the "Get Data -> UCSC Main"
    tool. Once the Table browser comes up, select the mouse genome
    (mm9?), and the track "SNPs (128)". When exporting, make sure the
    "Galaxy" checkbox is selected.

    For your other data, use FTP upload using the "Get Data -> Upload"
    tool. FTP using a unix terminal or with a desktop client such as
    FileZilla following the instructions on the tool page. Once the FTP
    is complete, return to this tool, select the file and load into your
    history.

    Once both files are present, you may need to make some changes to
    format using "Text Manipulation", depending on what you will do next.

    It may help to review some of our tutorials:
    http://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/page/list_published

    And other shared data/workflows, via top menu bar "Shared".

    Please let us know if we can help with a specific tool (sharing your
    history would be helpful "Options -> Share or Publish").

    Best,

    Jen
    Galaxy team


    On 3/18/11 2:32 PM, Nripesh Prasad wrote:
     > I wish to compare SNPs in my mouse sample (SNP file generated from
     > Partek Genomic suite) with SNPs from UCSC browser. how do i do
    that on
     > galaxy?
     > Nripesh Prasad
     >
     >
     >
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