Hello Arun,

In brief, you will want to load your data via FTP, groom the files, and run BWA for Illumina with the paired-end data option (for mapping, not assembly).


Help to get started can be found at:
http://galaxyproject.org/wiki/Learn

An initial input of 30G would likely not be a problem, but it depends on what analysis steps you intend to do after mapping. A Cloudman option may be more suitable, please see:
http://galaxyproject.org/wiki/Big%20Picture/Choices

Hopefully this helps,

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 9/14/11 7:06 PM, Arun Khattri wrote:
I have 3 illumina paired end reads of exome capture of the sample. I
want to assemble these reads to genome using tools available in Galaxy
(BWA etc). My concern is the amount of data that I  can analyzed and
when these reads should be merged. The total size of data is +30Gb.

Thanks,
Arun


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