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How to use GWIPS-viz pipeline workflows - benwittner - 18-Jan-2019 01:53 PM

On the help page for RiboGalaxy (http://ribogalaxy.ucc.ie/static/help.html) it states "Instead of using the GWIPS-viz pipeline workflows, you may prefer to use the individual tools in the "GWIPS-viz Mapping" suite." When I go to GWIPS-viz by clicking on the link, I can't find anything that allows me to run workflows. Sorry to be such an idiot, but can someone please help me figure out how to find and run workflows? (It might be relevant that I've never used Galaxy.) Thanks in advance. -Ben


RE: How to use GWIPS-viz pipeline workflows - audrey - 18-Jan-2019 02:07 PM

(18-Jan-2019 01:53 PM)benwittner Wrote:  On the help page for RiboGalaxy (http://ribogalaxy.ucc.ie/static/help.html) it states "Instead of using the GWIPS-viz pipeline workflows, you may prefer to use the individual tools in the "GWIPS-viz Mapping" suite." When I go to GWIPS-viz by clicking on the link, I can't find anything that allows me to run workflows. Sorry to be such an idiot, but can someone please help me figure out how to find and run workflows? (It might be relevant that I've never used Galaxy.) Thanks in advance. -Ben


Hi Ben,

If you have created an account on RiboGalaxy, then under the <Shard Data> tab, there are a number of workflows. If a workflow exists for your genome of interest then click on the down arrow and select <import>. Then under the <workflow> tab, click on the <configure your workflow menu> button. Click on the corresponding workflow in the <Show in menu> option and save. The saved workflow should now appear on the LHS of the <Analyze Data> page.


RE: How to use GWIPS-viz pipeline workflows - benwittner - 18-Jan-2019 03:26 PM

Thanks Audrey. That helps. -Ben