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Old 02-23-2016, 05:25 AM   #1
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Default Stringtie error

Anybody know what this means? Still got assembled output, but can't use the files in Galaxy due to the error.

Warning: bundle FBgn0004047:1-1595(1089265) (224js) reached coverage saturation (1000000) starting with read mapped at 458
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-s coverage saturation threshold; further read alignments will be
ignored in a region where a local coverage depth of <maxcov>
is reached (default: 1,000,000);
You appear to be using an older version (current is v.1.2.2). Via galaxy?
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You appear to be using an older version (current is v.1.2.2). Via galaxy?
Yes, I am using an older version on our local Galaxy install. I am not in charge of updating the box, though. I found a solution by increasing the max threshold for coverage saturation. Seems to work. I will not be able to use the new version until we work out some updating issues with BioTeam. Not very happy with them, actually.

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