Re: [galaxy-user] Problem with Depth of Coverage on BAM files (GATK tools)

2012-06-27 Thread Lilach Friedman
Hi Jennifer, Is there a way to directly upload my files from the public Galaxy to my cloud Galaxy instance (in AWS)? Or should I download them first to my computer, and then to upload them? (It takes a lot of time because of the low uploading speed). Thanks, Lilach 2012/6/26 Jennifer Jackson

Re: [galaxy-user] Problem with Depth of Coverage on BAM files (GATK tools)

2012-06-27 Thread Lilach Friedman
May I join to the question of Carlos? what is exactly hg_g1k_v37? and how can I get the intervals of specific genes in this format? Thanks, Lilach 2012/6/27 Lilach Friedman lilac...@gmail.com Hi Jennifer, Is there a way to directly upload my files from the public Galaxy to my cloud Galaxy

Re: [galaxy-user] Problem with Depth of Coverage on BAM files (GATK tools)

2012-06-27 Thread Jennifer Jackson
Hello Lilach, The genome build 'hg_g1k_v37' is build b37 in the GATK documentation. Hg19 is also included (as a distinct build). I encourage you to examine these if you are interested in crossing over between genomes or identifying other projects that have data based on the same genome build.

Re: [galaxy-user] Problem with Depth of Coverage on BAM files (GATK tools)

2012-06-27 Thread Jennifer Jackson
Hi Lilach, Regarding the cloud instance, you can load data from the public main instance of Galaxy just like any other URL. On the Get Data - Upload Data form on your cloud instance , paste in the URLs of the datasets from main. The URL can be captured by right-clicking on a dataset's disk