Hello Yongde,

This simply means that the datafile that you are attempting to visualize has coordinates that extend past the edge of a chromosome, a common result from certain tools. There are work-arounds to solve the problem. Would you please share your history with me and note the dataset # that is giving the error?


Best,

Jen
Galaxy team


On 6/21/13 1:03 PM, YBao wrote:
Hi all,

When I was trying to visualize MACS peaking calling results using UCSC browser, I encountered this error message:

*Warning/Error(s):*

  * Error line 14252 of
    
https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/root/display_as?id=11074175&display_app=ucsc&authz_method=display_at:
    chromStart after chromEnd (-94 > 335)

Can someone help me to understand what this means?

Thanks

Yongde
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Yongde Bao
DNA Sciences Core
Dept. of Microbiology, Immunology,
             and Cancer Biology
UVA


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