submitting a BSgenome package
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@eb47bc69
Last seen 6 months ago
United States

I am trying to submit a New BSgenome but the 2bit document is to big and GitHub won't let me do it. Any hints on that would be appreciated! Thanks in advance.

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@herve-pages-1542
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Seattle, WA, United States

Hi,

What organism/assembly is it? If it's a UCSC genome, I can wrap the package for you.

Otherwise put the package source tarball somewhere where I can access it. This is how we've managed contributed BSgenome data packages so far.

Note that the plan is to eventually refactor the current approach and have BSgenome data packages pull the sequence data from AnnotationHub instead of having it embedded in the package. This has been on the radar for a while, just need to find the time to work on this.

Thanks,

H.

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Hi, Thanks a lot, but I already figured it out how to push to Git, so everything should ready to go.

Thanks, Deisiany

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Good. So where should I get the package from? Thx

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From My own GitHub ! Thanks

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@eb47bc69
Last seen 6 months ago
United States

From my Github repository. I am sorry, I thought the package was already released and realize now that is still only in my github repository. Could you please follow up with the G. max BSgenome for me? Below is where you can find the package information:

https://github.com/Deisiany/BSgenome.Gmax.EnsemblPlants.Gmv2

Thank you so much! I hope many can take advantage of it!

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