I would like to use a "built in" Arabidopsis Landberg erecta (Ler) index
instead of TAIR10 for example for all my analysis within Galaxy. I have such an
index created by Mathew McCormack and have used it successfully doing a Bowtie
test run on my home computer. It has the usual 6 Bowtie index files. Can you
add this to the "built in" indexes or is there some way to add it to my history
and use it in all the programs?
Thank you for you consideration.
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