Hello Vioricia,

For this question, it would be best to contact the team that is hosting the public Galaxy site, as these are tools custom to their server. The contact information is on the bottom of the home page:


   http://unifrac.colorado.edu/


Best!

Jen
Galaxy team

On 9/25/13 1:13 PM, Bondici, Ibi wrote:

On the FastUnifrac webside available at the begining of the year I was able to obtain p-values having

 "unifrac_env.txt"file,

  GreenGene Core as the reference tree

and "Automatically generate category mapping file" option was previously available.

Can I have access to the previous website, rather than the new galaxy? or how can i have the option of "automatically generate catergory file" ?

Viorica (Ibi) Bondici
PhD. Candidate
Department of Food and Bioproduct Sciences
College of Agriculture and Bioresources
University of Saskatchewan


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