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We’ve released an updated version of FlyMine. All of the data sets have been updated, see the “data sources tab for the complete list. We’ve also updated our software with the newest InterMine version (1.2) so there have been lots of bug fixes as well.
11 Dec 12 | in Uncategorized by Julie
We’ve released version 36.0 of FlyMine. We’ve fixed a few bugs and updated lots of data sets. Take a look at the “data” tab for more information.
10 Dec 12 | in Uncategorized by Julie
Check out our new video giving a quick overview of FlyMine!
We’re happy to announce a new release of FlyMine. We’ve updated all of our data sets to the newest versions and added lots of exciting features. See the data sources page for a full list of data sources and their versions.
We have changed the way we model interactions to make the results of your searches easier for you to understand and analyse. All the interaction template searches have been updated to use the new model. In addition, we previously modeled interactions as a ‘matrix expansion’ – which means all possible interactions within a complex would be shown. We have changed this so that only bait-prey interactions are shown (called a spoke-expansion). However you can still infer all the possible interactions using the ‘all interactors’ field. Please email us if you would like more information concerning this.
You can now share your lists with your colleagues and collaborators. Simply add your colleagues email address to your list in ‘MyMine’. They will be sent an email asking if they would like to accept the list. Note that the list is still controlled by you – they can just see a copy so only you can modify it. They can of course, create a copy of the list which will then be theirs to modify. Again, please email us if you would like more information on this feature.
Background Distribution on Analysis Widgets
You can now specify your own background distribution for the enrichment widgets on the list analysis pages. You need to have your preferred distribution saved as a list. Each widget then has the option to select the list you wish to use. If you are logged in you can save this as your default preference.
Please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org for any help on these new features.
We’re happy to announce a new release of FlyMine. We’ve updated all of our data sets to the newest versions and added lots of exciting features.
We’ve updated the query results in FlyMine. You can now sort your results, filter on any value, add edit or remove columns and much more. See here for the full list.
You can now embed FlyMine widgets onto any HTML page. See here for details.
* RNAi screens correctly show up in keyword search results.
* Disease name is now a link so you can click for more information.
* We’ve added links from genes to BioGRID
4 Jun 12 | in News by Jelena
InterMine has a new Twitter feed – check it out!
Follow it to stay updated on exciting InterMine developments, as well as cool things happening with individual Mines.
YeastMine has developed a new iPhone app. See their site for details.
New Expression Data
Genome-wide RNA_seq expression data for D. melanogaster have been added. This data was produced by the modENCODE project (www.modencode.org) and analysed by FlyBase, who calculated a single value for the expression level of each gene at each developmental stage or tissue (see http://flybase.org/reports/FBrf0212041.html for more details). This data is available on report pages for each gene and can searched through template queries (for example: www.flymine.org/query/template.do?name=Gene_RNA_seq and www.flymine.org/query/template.do?name=RNA_seq_Genes).
Improved RNAi Data
RNAi data for D. melanogaster is now loaded from www.genomernai.org. This data provides a number of new RNAi experiments and improved phenotype descriptions for both new and existing RNAi experiments. See the RNAi templates to learn more about this data (for example: www.flymine.org/query/template.do?name=Gene_RNAi&scope=all and www.flymine.org/query/template.do?name=RNAiScreen_genes&scope=all)
Yeast Interactions are back
Due to popular demand, we have put the yeast interaction data back into FlyMine.
- Your list is automatically mapped to other organisms via orthologs loaded from Ensembl and TreeFam
- Orthologue and Interactions widgets have been restored (after a user request)
- Extend regions at both sides by entering a value in the new input box
- Download links are icons
- Added the option to download chromosome sequence
- GFF3 export correctly storing parents’ relationship
- “Hidden” export menu now direct links on results tables
- FIX – Export works correctly when all columns of an outer join are removed
- FIX – Missing attributes restored in fasta format
- Specific object types can have a different example list on Bag Upload page, eg. protein accessions displayed if a user selected proteins, gene identifiers displayed if a user selected gene.
- Go back in history to the filled in form, preserves the input values.
- “Match on case” – checkbox added to list upload form to toggle case sensitivity
- Delay fixed – caching intelligently now
- Templates displayed in summary also displayed in “Other” category
- Displayers show nice “No Results” message if data fails to load
- Displayers by default loaded through AJAX to speed up page loading. Can be set to display immediately without waiting for the DOM to render.
- Left aligned displayers to make more readable
- FIX – counts in overlapping features displayer are now correct
- Protein sequence – added a new displayer
- Protein Structure ATM: turned into a popup window
- FIX – links to Reactome correct now
- Add toggle to show/hide empty fields in the QueryBuilder tree
- Added a button to save/update then run template
- FIX – if a user clicks [SHOW] in the query builder twice really fast, the field only gets added once
- FIX – displaying messages too late when the constaint logic is edited
- FIX – can now build templates with Chrome
- FIX – deleting a query from query history doesn’t forward user to my mine
- FIX – prevented name of last saved query becoming the default name in the text box
- The values the user selected on the template form are displayed on the results page
- Updated results table with an exact count of results when available
- Show OR logic when appropriate
- Fixed hyphen breaking on auto-complete in template search on template list page
- Timestamps are now client specific and handle timezones correctly
- Prompt users if they want to delete a list that’s being used by a query
- Login/create account page improvements
- Cookie saved remembering the list order preference(s).
- Show the new size of a list after upgrade.
- MyMine table sorting correctly
- Renaming lists now works as expected
- FIX – Importing templates with ONE OF constraints works correctly
- FIX – 4 year old bug which prevented LOOKUP constraints for non-bioentities from working correctly with wildcards
- FIX – If you remove columns when exporting number of rows returned is not changed
FlyMine 32.0 has been released today with new and updated data and lots of bug fixes. Please see the data section of FlyMine for more details.
- NEW – more and better links to YeastMine and RatMine
- FIX – Links to FlyBase from the list anlaysis page
- FIX – Links to Reactome from pathway report pages
- FIX – bug preventing renaming lists and queries twice
- NEW – timestamps are now client specific
- FIX – query results with outer joins are easier to read
- UPDATE – template queries are easier to build
- FIX – bug preventing the import of queries with ONE OF constraint
- NEW – downloading widget results on list analysis pages is easier and faster
- FIX – sorting of lists and queries is fixed in MyMine
- FIX - hyphens no longer break auto-completion in queries
- NEW – list tagging now supported by web services
- FIX – LOOKUP constraints querying non bioentities with wildcards now work correctly
- NEW – list upload examples now suggest identifiers based on the type you select.
We are happy to announce we have a released a new version of FlyMine. We have updated some data sets, added a few new features and fixed some bugs.
Human Readable Labels
The labels for the data in FlyMine come from the field and table names from the database.
We have updated this to use user-friendly labels instead in an effort to make the labels more human readable.
You can now log in to FlyMine using your Gmail or Yahoo account. Simply click on the “Log in” link and follow the intructions.
- Additional parameter allows users to extend regions at both sides
- Can create lists by feature types for all results or for an individual region
- Results show gene symbols as well as DB identifier
- Fixed by when exporting a long list of objects to galaxy caused a “Request-URI Too Large” error
- Now works correctly with subclasses
- NEW: region search The ability to search for genomic features by interval (the Regions tab of the web-app) has been exposed as a web-service resource. Region data can be converted to lists, or downloaded directly as GFF3, FASTA or BED.
- NEW: token authentication A new authentication mechanism has been introduced which has advantages over the current system of sending username and password details. The use of tokens means that users can authenticate requests without having to send their username and password, thus minimising chances of these being compromised. Tokens can be replaced without having to change login details, or indeed disabled entirely, meaning web-service access to user data can be forbidden on a user-by-user basis. This authentication mechanism is to be preferred to the current mechanism. One important benefit is the ability to make authenticated requests (for dealing with lists for instance) from the browser.
- NEW: Ruby client Our commitment to supporting the range of languages used by bio-informatians has been extended to Ruby, which has a growing community based around the Bio-Ruby project. The Ruby client libraries are available from [https://rubygems.org/gems/intermine rubygems.org]. For documentation please visit [http://www.intermine.org/docs/ruby-docs].
- NEW: Exporting BED from webservice queries In addition to GFF3 and FASTA, the BED biological standard format is supported from web-service queries.
- NEW: Column summary data The column summary data (visible when clicking on the ? icon on a results table) is now available via web-services when passing the ”’summaryPath”’ parameter to a query or template results request.
- NEW: Code generation The ability to generate code to run queries is now available programmatically via a web-service. Please see the WebService wiki page for details.
- New export format – BED
- Fixed bugs that caused export to fail when:
- feature didn’t have location info
- sequence feature was not the root class, eg. Pathways.genes
- all columns of an outer join are removed
We have added new widgets to the report pages:
- Publications displayer orders by number of genes mentioned
- New Pathways displayer shows pathways from other Mines for orthologues of current gene
- New RGD disease displayer shows disease ontology terms from RatMine for orthologues of current gene
- New viewer shows interactions, GO terms etc on publication report page
- New species from OMIM: human, rat and mouse.
- YeastMine is now live, so we have removed yeast data from FlyMine, including publication, pathways, GO and interaction data.
- Added help text for different file types
- Large datasets are now handled correctly. If there are too many interactions (> 2000) a link to download the data is shown instead of the displayer:
The network contains more than 2000 elements, the interaction can become sluggish in the displayer. Please [Download the network data] and import it to [Cytoscape desktop] and use Force-Directed Layout to view or [view interaction data] in a table.
- Radio buttons stay checked when selecting/deselecting list constraint
- Clicking on the “query >” breadcrumb to get back to the template form works correctly
- Editing constraints for nested classes (eg. Gene > homologue > organism) doesn’t break model browser
- In query builder, “Show results” button greyed out and not clickable anymore
- After editing a template, if the user clicked on a template on the home page they would be directed to the previous template they had been editing.
- Can now import template queries containing “ONE OF” constraints
- Added option to delete trackers to the template import form. This allows superusers to export/import templates from other Mines, but save the usage information.
- Fixed error when running a template with a bag constraint in an attribute and a lookup constraint in its parent
- FIX – keyword search now handles booleans correctly
- FIX – pathway widget correctly filters for KEGG pathways
- UPDATE – widget data easier to download
- UPDATE – list upload form has default organism selected, leading to less issues when uploading lists
- FIX – links to other mines is cleverer, so results appear faster
- FIX – report pages are now cached speeding up loading times