Hi Steven,

From the graphic, it looks like negative coordinates are in your file (?). Changing these to be "0" will likely help with the display. The rest of the BED formatting appears to be fine.


If you are still having problems or would like more specific help, please share a history link ("Options" -> "Share or Publish"). You can send directly to me if you want to keep the data private, off-list,

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 6/16/11 2:37 PM, Steven Okino wrote:

Hello,

I am new to Galaxy and am trying to analyze some ChIP-Seq data. I
groomed illumina FASTQ data and used Bowtie to map it to hg18. I then
used MACS to call ChIP-Seq peaks; over 13,000 were identified. Analysis
of individual peaks shows good consistency with ENCODE data sets on
UCSC, so I know the ChIP-Seq worked. However, when I try to display the
results at UCSC main I get the following error message on the UCSC browser:



What am I doing wrong? Please advise.

Thank you,

Steven Okino



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