Hi Peter,
Thank you very much for the help!

Another question:
What type of instance I should select in order to analyze 2 whole exomes, 20
Gb each (total: 40 Gb)?


2011/9/12 Lilach F <lilac...@gmail.com>

> Thank you very much for the big help!
>    Lilach
> 2011/9/12 Peter Cock <p.j.a.c...@googlemail.com>
>> On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 5:20 PM, Lilach F <lilac...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi Jennifer,
>> > I already tried 2 weeks ago to upload my whole exome data by FTP,
>> according
>> > to the instructions you sent below. The files are too big, it should
>> take
>> > days for each file, and it always stops in the middle after 12  hours or
>> so.
>> > So I gave up.
>> >
>> > If I use Galaxy on a cloud, I can work with the files on my computer, or
>> I
>> > will still have to upload them by ftp? I guess I will still have to
>> upload
>> > them, so it doesn't solve my problem?
>> If you use Amazon, they have a service where you can post
>> them a hard drive and they copy it onto their cloud for you.
>> This costs money of course, but avoids the network problem.
>> The other option is to check with your local computing people -
>> perhaps there is a cluster or local super computing group you
>> can get access to?
>> Peter
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