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 1# This is a sample file distributed with Galaxy that enables tools to
 2# use a directory of sequence length files.  You will need to create these
 3# sequence length files and then create a gd.chrlens.loc file similar to
 4# this one (store it in this directory) that points to the directories
 5# in which these sequence length files are stored.  The gd.chrlens.loc
 6# file has the following format (white space characters are TAB
 7# characters):
 8#
 9#<species>        <reference_species_file_path>
10#
11# So, for example, if you used Monodelphis domestica as the reference
12# species for a collection of Sarcophilus harrisii SNPs, then the
13# gd.chrlens.loc entry would look like this:
14#
15#tasmanian_devil  /galaxy/data/location/gd/chrlens/mondom_chr_lengths.txt
16#
17# Your gd.chrlens.loc file should include an entry for each pair of
18# species SNPs and reference species.  For example:
19#
20#bighorn          /galaxy/data/location/gd/chrlens/cow_chr_lengths.txt
21#tasmanian_devil  /galaxy/data/location/gd/chrlens/mondom_chr_lengths.txt
22#...etc...