Category: "AnnoTrack"

GAL file format

December 9th, 2011
GenePix Array List (GAL) files are text files with specific information about the location, size, and name of each DNA spot on a microarray. They are therefor of vital importance for the analysis of scanned microarray images. The format defines a speci… more »

AnnoTrack: Rails System

January 31st, 2011
This document is part of the administrator documentation for the AnnoTrack software for genome annotation tracking. To understand the code underlying specific web pages it is helpful to check the routing entries in config/routes.rb and vendor/plugi… more »

AnnoTrack: General Documentation

January 31st, 2011
Setting up a new system & adjusting it to your needs The system is flexible enough to be of use for other groups and projects performing genome annotation in a collaborative effort and is therefor provided here. These are notes on how to start a… more »

AnnoTrack: Web-Server

January 27th, 2011
AnnoTrack is a Ruby-On-Rails application with is executed by an Apache2 server with the mod-rails (Passenger) plugin. It is living on virtual machines (VM) where we don't run any other services as rails does not play nice with other web-services. The… more »

AnnoTrack: Data maintanance

December 8th, 2009
Regular updates The following Perl scripts update the data and re-set priorities and flags. They usually update Havana annotation data, but all other sources can be checked as well by activating the entry in the config file. They run as cron-job every night, but can also be run manually if needed. The cron-job is executed from svn/gencode/tracking_system/perl/scripts/cron_jobs.pl. Common parameters are: more »