Hi, how can I install the following tool on galaxy, or request to have it installed?
That version of the tool wrapper hasn’t been updated since 2016.
And I can’t quite recall the details, but there was a reason why it wasn’t used originally at public Galaxy servers. It may have been that the dependencies were never updated to work in a containerized environment with all dependencies included (how jobs are submitted to a cluster) or possibly a security-related reason.
For any private Galaxy server (local, docker) that is not publically web-hosted, it may work Ok or may not. You would have to test that out.
This isn’t a great reply – but are the current options
@Kennedy_Leverett what is your use-case? I’m sure if we other tools that you could use instead.
I’m trying to demultiplex 96 paired-end samples. I have 4 fastq.gz files, 1 with my forward reads, 1 with my reverse, 1 with my forward barcods, and 1 with my reverse barcodes.
Je-Demultiplex demultiplexes fastq files (Galaxy Version 1.2.1)
Hi guys! Found another solution, thank you all for your replies!
Glad you found a way forward, @Kennedy_Leverett
For others reading: try searching currently wrapped tools with a keyword like “multiplex” to find even more options. Some are part of application bundles designed for specific sequencing protocol/analysis. These may be available on public Galaxy servers and/or in the ToolShed for installation by admins of other deployment choices.