Wondering where to get started? Here are a few tips that might help you out.
The data collected through the registration form are for our reporting and validation purposes only. Your account information will help us understand our target users and account for usage on our systems. Since much of the funds for this project are from public sources, we want to make sure we are using our resources efficiently and effectively and to protect them from abuse.
You may choose "Other" and list yourself as self funded or put "University" if your institution is paying you for your work.
You may want to start by adding your data to Galaxy. If you want to know more about using Galaxy in general, visit Galaxy main - they have excellent tutorials on the basics of the interface. If you have any specific questions for the Trinity Galaxy, contact NCGAS. If you have technical troubles with running Trinity, contact the Trinity Team here.
Job terminated by DRM means that the job exceded some limit that was set by the Galaxy admins. This is almost always due to the walltime parameter (how long the job is expected to run). Our default settings should work for most jobs while minimizing queue wait times, but some jobs with larger inputs may take longer. The best response is to let us know when this happens so that we can adjust the defaults and get your jobs finished.
If the timing of the job ending is just so, Galaxy sees that the job is done but hasn't finished moving the files to the database. If you click "Analyze Data" at the top in the blue bar, it will refresh your history and show you the results.