UI Updates, New Datasets and Annual Meeting Dates
Published 13 February 2018
Read on for information about our latest data offerings, the latest UI updates to the Data Browser and dates for the next Annual Meeting.
Here are the latest data offerings from the FaceBase projects:
Another dataset of microCT scans of the skull of Wnt1-Cre;Alk5fl/fl at P0
Cell Proliferation Heat Maps of:
We've been taking feedback from users and submission projects and are constantly working to improve the Data Browser experience. Below are some of the recent steps we've taken but there'll be many more to come in the next couple of months!
Mouse age stages are sorted according to developmental stage (E8.5, …E10,… P0) rather than alphabetically.
No longer displaying the dataset thumbnails.
PubMed IDs are now displayed as either "PMID:xxxxx" or “Link to PubMed (PMID:xxxx)” depending on where they are displayed.
Vocabulary tags (phenotype, age stage, organism, experiment type, etc.) are now displayed towards the top of the page for a dataset rather than in a new section w/ heading for each.
Chromosome (when shown on a dataset page) is formatter per usual convention "chrN: start – end"
We've stopped automatically opening a new browser tab for every new page.
FaceBase Annual Meeting 2018
We also are happy to announce the next FaceBase Annual meeting is May 15th and 16th in Los Angeles. The first day will be open to the public and you can attend either onsite or virtually. Be on the look out for the public registration form.