Ok, thank you
> Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2011 08:08:29 +0200
> From: nicklas@thep.lu.se
> To: basedb-users@lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [base] "Save to BASE" function in the MeV gui
> On 2011-06-24 05:50, Irina 264 wrote:
> > Dear team,
> >
> > The idea to analyse data in MeV is great. I successfully transferred
> > data to MeV, analyzed it and used ‘save to BASE’ function to create
> > new child bioassays set. However, new created bioassays are the copy
> > of the original one. I don’t have possibility to transfer the
> > analysis result to the BASE even simple filtering and create a new
> > bioassay set. Please tell me what I missed, what the point created
> > new child bioassay set if it is duplicate the previous?
> >
> > Is it possible to transfer result of analysis as Ch1 column in
> > bioassay set, or it is only attached analysis file, which I can use
> > with MeV only? Please help me, I need the result of analysis to
> > further steps.
> The point is that the file saved from MeV is attached to the bioassay
> set and that it is possible to re-start MeV using the same file again.
> You don't have to create a new child bioassay set in BASE when you do
> this, but if you do you can choose if the child should keep the same
> data from the parent or not. The idea of actually importing data to the
> BASE database has been discussed but was never implemented.
> /Nicklas
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