> Galaxy tells me to "cite Blankenberg D, et al. In preparation."
I think in general you should make sure to cite the authors of the
original publication in addition to Galaxy, the note in Galaxy should
make this explicit.
Small tidbits that may be useful. There is a command line version for
genetrack with its source code at:
this is a fork of my son's project while he rotated in a lab, he
ported a number of tools including GeneTrack to a command line
interface. Seems to work well but I have not ran it for large genomes.
In the course that I teach the lectures covering ChipSeq analysis: 19,
20 and 21 cover the usage and principles of GeneTrack (among other
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 12:19 PM, Daniel Blankenberg <d...@bx.psu.edu> wrote:
> Hi Steffi,
> GeneTrack should be working again on the Main server, thanks for reporting
> the error.
> For information on the inner workings of GeneTrack, you should consult the
> paper that you mentioned, along with http://genetrack.bx.psu.edu/ and you
> can additionally contact the GeneTrack author, who I've CC'd here.
> Thanks for using Galaxy,
> On Nov 10, 2011, at 11:32 AM, Stefanie Ververs wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I'm using the Genetrack-Peak-Predictor to predict nucleosome positions.
> I still have some questions:
> 1) Am I correct that the genetrack indexer seems to be down on the Public
> Galaxy Server? I get a server error, when I start it.
> (The Genetrack Browser doesn't work either; although I'm still not quite
> sure whether there are dependencies.)
> 2) By now, I know one paper on Genetrack -
> http://bioinformatics.oxfordjournals.org/content/24/10/1305.short and I
> found the following presentation slides:
> http://ged.msu.edu/angus/tutorials-2011/files/lecture-chipseq.pdf. Galaxy
> tells me to "cite Blankenberg D, et al. In preparation."
> Is there additional information? It would be great to know how exactly the
> peak predictor works, but the slides give only a kind of overview, but of
> course no explaining and no details and the paper isn't that clear.
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