After I enlarge the search panel, I still can see the same interface as
shown in the manual. I attach some screenshots here.
Picture 1 is the screenshot of the Term Filter panel
Picture 2 is the Advanced Options panel
Picture 3 is the Advanced Options in Saved As window, which is also
different from what is described in the manual.
I really appreciate your help.
Midori Harris wrote:
> Hi Huaiyu,
> On Mac OS X you may have to enlarge the search panel to see all of the
> rendering controls. You should then be able to follow the instructions
> for choosing, viewing, and exporting your slim terms. If that doesn't
> work, it will probably help us diagnose the problem if you can take a
> screenshot to show what the rendering interface looks like for you.
> On Tue, 29 Apr 2008, Nomi Harris wrote:
>> Hi Huaiyu,
>> I've only worked with OBO-Edit2, and I haven't done what you're trying
>> to do. I am forwarding your question to the OBO-Edit Working Group in
>> hopes that they can help you.
>> On Apr 29, 2008, at 9:47 AM, Huaiyu Mi wrote:
>>> Hi Nomi, Chris:
>>> I have a question about creating PANTHER GO slim from OBO-Edit.
>>> I followed the manual on the website
>>> ). Here is an outline of what I did.
>>> 1. I loaded the gene_ontology.obo
>>> 2. I created my own goslim using Category Manager Plugin
>>> 3. I added new terms to the goslim by chooseing the categories,
>>> click the "Category" tab, check the box next to my goslim, and click
>>> After I exported the obo file, all my goslim terms have a new subset
>>> tag with my GO slim name next to it. I assume that the information
>>> is stored properly. However, I couldn't figure out how I can view
>>> and export just my GO slim. In the menu, it says to use "Term
>>> render" for viewing the GO slim terms, but the creen shot on the
>>> rendering manual page (http://www.oboedit.org/docs/html/
>>> Rendering.htm) is different from what I have with my tool.
>>> Basically I was not able to follow the manual from the section
>>> "Choosing and viewing the GO slim term". I am using OBO-Edit
>>> version 1.101 on MacBookPro. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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