we also have a MiSeq and currently experienced the same phenomenon how to
We have our local galaxy instance and wrote some scripts to efficiently
demultiplex the sample. However, you FIRST need to " convert" on the MiSeq the
primary fastq into a (in their view) multiplex identified fastq. There the
final :0 in all your headers get converted in the multiplex or sample ID you
gave it in the sample sheet! I see you all have zeros which is not quite
After the samplesheet conversion we just concat all fastq files which you then
can easily group the reads on the final multiplex id en demultiplex it in
separate files. In addition you can split the forward and reversed by the
<space>1 and <space>2 identifyers in the header. Many tools do not require the
conversion to /1 and /2 any more but this can be easily done locally with for
instance sed on unix. We converted it like this:
Since many tools grep till the first space.
I might pop the scripts soon in the toolshed but that might not be of great
help maybe....otherwise pm me and I send you the script (perl).
[galaxy-user-boun...@lists.bx.psu.edu] namens Philip Dean
Verzonden: maandag 27 februari 2012 19:45
Onderwerp: [galaxy-user] demultiplex Miseq data with separate index file.
I am using Galaxy main site to analyse MiSeq data of pooled samples.
Essentially the run produces 3 fastq files consisting of R1, R2 read files and
a separate index file. They are in the format below.
R1: @M00132:6:000000000-A0JG4:1:1:18014:1842 1:N:0:0
R2: @M00132:6:000000000-A0JG4:1:1:18014:1842 2:N:0:0
Index: @M00132:6:000000000-A0JG4:1:1:18014:1842 1:N:0:0
I would like to use Galaxy to demultiplex the samples and then analyse them
individually. I have found barcode Splitter (version 1.0.0) on Galaxy however
this tool requires the index to be found at the beginning of the sequence.
Therefore I am attempting to add the index sequence onto the end of the
sequence read data. FASTQ joiner (version 1.0.0) joins fastq files, however the
fastqs to be joint must be distinguished by a /1 or /2 at end of sequence
identifiers. Does anyone have any advice or experience of demultiplexing data
in this format?
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