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Hello David,

You are correct, this tool will only function when a database is defined with Galaxy already. This will include databases from UCSC and other sources and it sounds like you have already checked using the "Edit Attributes" form (pencil icon).

Using a custom genome currently would require a local instance where you could add you own genomes to the list of available databases.
http://getgalaxy.org

This may be a requirement that could be changed (ability to leave database as unassigned). I opened a request ticket that you can follow to see the review result for this proposal:
https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/issue/649/modify-aachanges-tool-to-allow-undefined

Thanks for sending in the suggestion!

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team


On 8/25/11 3:51 PM, David Joly wrote:

Hi everybody,
Maybe a dumb question but does someone know if we can use the aaChanges
tool on a custom genome? I have my SNP dataset and my gene dataset but I
can only assign them to one of the genome build already in UCSC... I am
using the web server of galaxy. Do I need to install my own local
instance of Galaxy in order to add a custom genome build?
Thanks,
David


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