Hello Hamid,

Try using the "Filter and Sort -> Filter" tool instead and see if that produces the output you expect. This same query syntax should be fine (no quotes).


Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 2/27/14 2:14 AM, Hamid Qaedi wrote:
Dear All
I have a tabular file and using compute (version 1.1.0) tool under text manipulation menu, I 'm going to do a computation to find rows in which column2 and 3 (c2 and c3) are similar in values (values are A,T,C and G) . It seems the syntax for doing that is "c2==c3", but it dosent work. Can anybody help?
Any help would be appreciated.
Hamid


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