Recently on the Main Galaxy site, on numerous occasions, when trying to
convert a tabular dataset datatype to an interval format, Galaxy
attempts to detect Metadata - but continues unabated in this loop for
days on end, both with Biomart datasets and my personal custom datasets,
with no end in sight.
Copying the dataset to a new history seems to fix this, but surely there
must be a better workaround than constantly shuffling things into new
histories when converting to interval format?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Richard P. Redvers, PhD
Metastasis Research Laboratory
Cancer Cell Biology Program
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
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