Jeremy,

You can definitely ask for new genomes. We frequently add them. This particular genome is already on my working list--we've run into a bit of a snag involving permissions and are trying to figure it out. So I can't promise it will be added or say when if it will be. If you do want to upload it yourself into your history, you need to get the FASTA file. Then when you run a mapper, use this FASTA from your history as the reference file (the run will take longer than it would with a built-in reference would because it has to index the reference). If you need more specific details about getting the FASTA, let us know.


Thanks,
Kelly



On Thu Jun 30, at 3:30 PM, Jeremy Coate wrote:

Greetings,

My apologies for a what is a naive question, but I would like to map NGS reads to a genome that isn't currently in the list of reference geneomes (soybean, Glycine max).

To the guys at Galaxy - can this be added to the list? Or can someone explain to a bioinformatics ignoramus how I would install it in my history?

Thanks for your help.

Sincerely,
Jeremy Coate
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