Hi Elwood,

Jeremy and I took at a look at this.  The failures in your history with this 
message:

  Error: number of labels must match number of conditions

...are due to a regression in the cuffdiff tool which Jeremy has just fixed.  
Some characters such as spaces in the condition name were valid prior to the 
move, but after the move they became invalid.  They should now be valid once 
again.

You've got one tophat job running and a cuffdiff job queued, and the rest of 
your grey datasets are waiting for those two jobs to be finished before they'll 
be queued (we'll be working on creating a visual distinction for this).  I 
fixed the queued cuffdiff job, which I believe should allow it to run without 
error (or at least, not the same error).

--nate

On Oct 22, 2013, at 9:56 AM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:

> Elwood,
> 
> Would you please share:
> 
> 1. an original history that worked (if possible)
> 2. the workflow you are using and let me know how you generated (did you 
> extract it recently (last week or so)?
> 3. problem history
> 
> There are a few known issues in here, some mitigated, one that has to do with 
> extracted workflows from existing older histories that is Cuffdiff specific 
> (actually, a few problems, found another last night). I want to rule those 
> out or at least try to provide feedback.
> 
> I am at a conference over next several days, so let's use galaxy-bugs as a cc 
> whenever we communicate so nothing is left lingering, plus I know Nate was 
> looking into some of your data. Jeremy may jump also in at any time and help 
> - he is the author of the wrapper.
> 
> So, in your reply, remove galaxy-u...@bx.psu.edu and add 
> galaxy-b...@bx.psu.edu
> 
> Jen
> Galaxy team
> 
> On 10/22/13 5:42 AM, Elwood Linney wrote:
>> 
>> After successfully using RNAseq software in  Galaxy online for about 10 
>> different datasets to just get gene expression differences between 
>> replicates from control versus exposed zebrafish embryos,  I am having no 
>> luck getting cuffdiff to work with the "moved" Galaxy.
>> 
>> I had this problem with histories developed before the move and histories 
>> developed after the move.
>> 
>> I have had this problem using an order cuffmerge gtf file that worked in the 
>> past in Cuffdiff, with a new cuffmerge file developed from cufflinks of the 
>> files and by just using a ref file gtf from UCSC.
>> 
>> I don't know if this is just some interface problem with a different version 
>> of the software that was included with the move, or a reference genome that 
>> does not interface with Cuffdiff.  It has happened with about 5 different 
>> histories.
>> 
>> Is anyone else having this problem? And found a solution?
>> 
>> Elwood Linney
>> 
>> 
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