Hello Mike,

You may be interested in the wrapper for TMAP that has been added to the Tool Shed for use with local installs. Search for "tmap" to locate the tool.
http://galaxyproject.org/Tool%20Shed

Great question, thank you for your patience while we reviewed,

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 6/2/11 11:27 AM, Mike Dufault wrote:
Hello all,
Does anyone know if Galaxy can process Ion Torrent Data? Currently, it
appears that Ion Torrent data is not a supported platform. I know that
the data is in FastQ Sanger, so I would think there would be a way to
incorporate it into one of the existing platform pipelines, but which one?
Ion Torrent protocols are very similar to 454 in terms of library
construction, etc. Should I use Lastz - Roche -454 mapping mode? I want
to compare the Ion Torrent data with Illumina data (from the same DNA),
so perhaps I should use the illumina workflow.
Any insight would be very helpful,
Thanks,
Mike Dufault



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