Dear Jennifer,

thank you, I already checked the coverage with the GENCODE and found those
loci overlapping with the annotations. I also tried to overlap with the
tracks Small RNA-seq from ENCODE/Cold Spring Harbor Lab and ENCODE RNA-seq
Tracks a few of the loci not covered by GENCODE annotation.
Since some of my loci do overlap with regions that are transcribed
according to the two above-mentioned tracks, I would like to proceed with
this analysis, but the number of tables per track to be searched is big, so
I was wondering whether Galaxy would allow to make the work easier.
Here is an example the loci I am analysing,
http://genome.ucsc.edu/cgi-bin/hgTracks?db=hg19&position=chr1:41965319-41965336&hub_4607_uniformRNA=full
It does not overlap with annotated Gencode transcript, but it overlaps with
"Long RNA-seq from Encode/Cold Spring Harbor Lab" ("GM78 cel pa-")  and "ENCODE
Long RNA-seq and Short RNA-seq Contigs and Signal" (GM12878 Nucleus PolyA
Long CSHL Contigs (contig_17188)), the two tracks probably refers to the
same contigs, but they use a different level of detail.

Thank you,

Marco







2013/5/9 Jennifer Jackson <j...@bx.psu.edu>

>  Hi Marco,
>
> Each RNA-seq study in the ENCODE project may have variable coverage, but
> if the goal is to identify overlapping regions with gene annotations
> targeted by the ENCODE project, the "GENCODE Genes" track is most likely
> the one you are looking for.
>
> Review the contents of the track at the ENCODE hub at UCSC by going to
> their web site http://genome.ucsc.edu, clicking into Genomes, the target
> genome (hg19?), then scroll down to the track group "Gene and Gene
> Predictions". Click on the track "Gencode genes" to read about how it is
> constructed, what the content options are, and how these relate to ENCODE
> builds. You can follow more links in the description to the subtracks (for
> example, in hg19, Version 14 is the most current), and "describe schema"
> will take you into the Table Browser where the actual format of the data
> table can be reviewed. "Tools -> Table Browser" will bring you to a form
> where the table can be extracted and sent to Galaxy, it is the same form
> found in Galaxy under "Get data -> UCSC Main".
>
> If you start this browser process while still logged into Galaxy from the
> history you want to import the data in to, you can extract directly from
> here, making sure that "Galaxy" is checked (it will be by default) next to
> the "output format: BED" section of the form. Or, you can simply explore,
> and once you know what tracks/tables you are interested in, go through the
> Galaxy tool "Get data -> UCSC Main".
>
> You may know this already, but the core hub for ENCODE is at:
> http://genome.ucsc.edu/ENCODE/index.html
>
> Basic examples that show how to extract data from UCSC and use coordinate
> overlap comparison tools can be found at:
> https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/u/aun1/p/galaxy101
> https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/u/galaxyproject/p/using-galaxy-2012 (protocol
> 1)
>
> More screencasts/tutorials are at:
> http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Learn/Screencasts
> https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/page/list_published
>
> Hopefully this helps,
>
> Jen
> Galaxy team
>
>
> On 5/9/13 11:01 AM, Santagostino Marco wrote:
>
> Dear Sir/Madam,
>
>  I am new at Galaxy. I need to define if a set loci ( about 700) is
> transcribed, i.e. these loci overlap with those reported in the Encode
> RNA-seq data. The track contains several tables, can you please suggest me
> how to proceed? do I need to download all the tables from UCSC table
> browser and then upload/send them to Galaxy? Is there a way to refer only
> to the Encode RNA-seq track without downloading the whole table set?
> I have the coordinates of each one of my loci, from those I can obtain the
> sequences. I intended to use the Public Galaxy Main Instance.
>
>  Thank you,
>
>  Marco Santagostino
>
>
>
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> Dipartimento di Biologia e Biotecnologie, University of Pavia
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Laboratorio di Biologia Molecolare e Cellulare
Dipartimento di Biologia e Biotecnologie, University of Pavia
Ferrata street, 9 - 27100 Pavia, Italy
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