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sequences for TRAnsfec ids by shamsher jagat
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by shamsher jagat
MACS failed because of lambdaset options by Philipe Moncuquet
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Import files from filesystem path : No redundance? by julie dubois
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by Nate Coraor
Manage Jobs... by Neil.Burdett
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by Neil.Burdett
How to share a dataset without sharing my history ? by Sarah Maman-2
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Tools Always Failing? by T Yilk
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by T Yilk
Managing datasets... by Neil.Burdett
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by Neil.Burdett
Galaxy October 23, 2012 Distribution & News Brief by Jen Hillman-Jackson
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Ion Torrent data analysis by Xu, Jianpeng
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Transfection Reagent for Primary Cells by Jim Hall at KeraFAST
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by Jim Hall at KeraFAST
Fastq to Bam conversion on paired end reads picard by Kevin Lam
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by Kevin Lam
Annotation tool for prokaryotic genome by Bernardo Bello
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by Björn Grüning
adding references by mark.rose
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
help by Jen Hillman-Jackson
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Create GTF or GFF3 file from draft genome by Bernardo Bello
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by Bernardo Bello
More help neeeded by Kshama Aswath
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Can't seem to stop or restart the Galaxy in server by sachitad
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by Todd Oakley
using our own reference genome ? by Didier Zoccola
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Data table named 'bowtie2_indexes' is required by tool but not configured by sachitad
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by sachitad
Bowtie2 and Tophat2 for Galaxy by sachitad
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
galaxy MAIN data problem by kaswath
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
Error installing MACS on local Galaxy by Jerzy Dyczkowski-2
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by Jerzy Dyczkowski-2
Do I need to have tool or dependencies installed in the server to run Galaxy tools? by sachitad
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by Björn Grüning
cuffcompare input by i b
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
cuffdiff values different for same sample by i b
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
The last column in the output file of 'Screen Motif' by Yunyi Zhu
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
FW: problem in data uploading by Amit Maiti, PhD
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
How to merge Fastq groomer files in Galaxy? by Fang,Xiefan
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by Peter Cock
cuffdiff variance calculations by i b
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by i b
encode rna-seq data by laura lafontaine
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
SNP Calling by francesco
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by francesco
Galaxy problem by francesco
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by francesco
cuffdiff fpkm=0 "not significant" by i b
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by Haiping Hao
cuffdiff results interpretation: high fold change but not significant by Qian Dong
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by Qian Dong
"intersect" operation by FNU Ujani Chakrabort...
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by Jen Hillman-Jackson
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