Thank you Peter. That's great to know.

On Feb 7, 2012, at 5:13 PM, Peter Cock wrote:

> On Tue, Feb 7, 2012 at 9:52 PM, Beale, Holly (NIH/NHGRI) [F]
> <holly.be...@nih.gov> wrote:
>> Hi all --
>> 
>> I'd like to know what programs are used when I run a tool on my data.
>> Ideally I'd also like to know what parameters are passed to command
>> line tools.
> 
> The short answer is you can't, other than by reading the tool's
> documentation (ideally within Galaxy below the options), and/or
> reading the tool's source code (the XML file plus any scripts).
> 
> Some Galaxy tools are simple wrappers for a single command
> line tool, in which case it is usually clear how the parameters
> offered to you in the Galaxy interface translate to matching
> command line arguments. Such Galaxy tools should make
> this clear in their documentation, along with giving you clear
> citation information for the underlying tools.
> 
> Other Galaxy tools are complex scripts/tools that may call
> several other command line tools internally
> 
> So it depends.
> 
> Peter


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