Hello Slon,

In case you are still having issues, the best use case for Illumina 1.8+ data is to run the FASTQ Groomer tool with the option "Sanger". As Peter noted, this assigns the expected datatype plus verifies content before investing time in downstream analysis.

Please let us know if more help is needed,

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 10/18/11 1:02 AM, arabidopsis wrote:
Hi all,

Fastq groomer has Solexa or Illumina 1.3+ as an input quality format. I
asked at the sequencing facility about their machine and output and they
said their format was Illumina 1.8+ (the newest). I tried to convert my
fastq file into Sanger by fastq groomer, using Illumina 1.3+ as an input
option and got all reads with quality of around 10... Does it mean that
Galaxy cannot be used on a dataset with 1.8+ encoding or something else
was wrong?

Thanks,

Slon


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