Hi Ximena,

I have placed this request into a ticket for easier tracking:
https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/issue/637

Thanks again for the suggestion,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 5/31/11 6:43 AM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
Hello Ximena,

Thank you for bring this to our attention, we are able to duplicate
these same results. A "name" attribute (such as an rs number) is an
important data tag and we would like to be able to have the tool retain
this data if possible. Our development team is currently investigating
and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Again, we appreciate your feedback and thank you for your patience while
we review potential remedies,

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 5/25/11 5:22 AM, Ximena Bonilla wrote:
Dear Galaxy staff,
I have recently started using your tool and it has been really helpful,
thank you!
When using Human Genome Variation, aaChanges, I would like to keep some
extra lines in the output file from either of the input files. In the
tool description it says I should be able to keep them:
"...chromosome, start, and end position as well as the SNP. The SNP can
be given using ambiguous-nucleotide symbols or a list of two to four
alleles separated by '/'. *Any other columns in the first input file
will not be used but will be kept for the output*. The second input file
contains..."
However, I haven't found a way of actually have them in the output file.
What am I missing/doing incorrectly?
What I've been trying to keep by the way is rs IDs or Ensembl gene IDs.
Thank you in advance for your answer.
Kind regards,
Ximena



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