Hi Leah,

It sounds like you are using the Galaxy instance run by the Huttenhower Lab at Harvard? At this link?
http://huttenhower.org/galaxy/

If so, then at the bottom of the home page is a link you can use to contact the lab members about issues with the instance. (They probably have the default "bug report" email turned off as a preference).

Hopefully this puts you in contact with the right folks who can help,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 7/9/12 4:38 AM, leah reshef wrote:
Hello all
I am working with the LefSe module. Over the last two days, I am gettimg a recurring error in the "Plot LefSe result" step. LefSe analysis itself is performed OK (I can see the the results in a text browser) but when I want to plot them - I get a red error message. When I do "plot differential features" , I get a zip file but its empty. The "plot one feature" function DOES work; but since my datasets have hundreds of species, its quite difficult to find the relevant features one by one manually. The worst thing is, when I try to report this error - by pressing the "bug" icon in the red failed toolbox - i get this message:
Mail is not configured for this galaxy instance
So I CAN'T even report the error!
Help, anyone?


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