Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of xQTLTutorialBiologistRunningAnalysis


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2012-02-21T11:35:53+01:00 (10 years ago)
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  • xQTLTutorialBiologistRunningAnalysis

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    77Please note that many aspects of running an analysis are already outlined in [wiki:xQTLBiologistRun], so here we will stick with a specific case for the tutorial data.
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    9 In step 1:
     9== Step 1: Choose analysis ==
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    1011* Fill in a nice output name, e.g. 'yeast_qtl'.
    1112* Leave ''Select the analysis'' on 'Rqtl_analysis'.
     
    1314* Click ''Next''.
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    15 In step 2:
     16== Step 2: Choose parameters ==
    1617* In the dropdown for ''Select input data, genotypes'', select '!ClusterDemo_yeast_geno'.
    1718* In the dropdown for ''Select input data, phenotypes'', select '!ClusterDemo_yeast_pheno'.
     
    2122The analysis is now running. If you want automated updates on the progress, select e.g. 5 seconds for ''Refresh page every X seconds'' and click ''Change''.
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     24== Step 3: Monitor progress ==
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    2326The parts of your analysis should slowly be turning from orange to yellow (submitted -> queued), to blue (busy calculating / uploading results) to green (done). You can hover over the little cubes to view a more detailed message.
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    2528When everything is done (all green / 3's displayed), click the link to 'yeast_qtl' in the ''Output'' column. This should take you to the data matrix where the resulting QTL profiles are stored. From here, please continue to the next part of the tutorial.
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    27 || [wiki:xQTLTutorialBiologistInspectingData Previous: Inspecting the uploaded data] || [wiki:xQTLTutorialBiologistBrowsingResults Continue to: Browse and interpret results] ||
     30|| [wiki:xQTLTutorialBiologistInspectingData Previous: Inspecting the uploaded data] <-- || --> [wiki:xQTLTutorialBiologistBrowsingResults Continue to: Browse and interpret results] ||