- Tuesday December 22 2009, 08:42
pascale: have a good day !
sjcarbon: you too!
- Tuesday January 26 2010, 08:31 -
sjcarbon: Sorry, this is a little buggy at my end. Anybody else on?
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ben: hi guys
sjcarbon: let's just give it another couple of minutes to see who shows up.
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- 08:36 -
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pasc: it's quiet again today?
sjcarbon: sure seems quiet.
sjcarbon: Either way, the phylogenic trees that are in PAINT are starting to have a cousin in AmiGO. Preview:
sjcarbon: This is mostly alien code, so we're still seeing what we can do with it, but it looks hopeful.
pasc: I could access yesterday, hold on
pasc: *could not
- 08:41 -
pasc: very neat
pasc: so is that ALL panther trees?
sjcarbon: all the ones grabbed by Ed recently anyways.
sjcarbon: He's still working on autosyncing with them.
sjcarbon: But it looks like we're getting close to moving from neat to useful.
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sjcarbon: Updates as we work on it can be found there.
pasc: I suppse we should show that to the ref genome group - we have a meeting Feb 9th, would you be ready/willing to show that ?
sjcarbon: Sure. Hopefully there will be more by then.
ben: they are not very interpretable, unless you happen to have a lot of IDs memorized. Or pather tree names
pasc: could the IDs be hyperlinked?
ben: PTHR24600 ?
ben: I would say they should have little baloon helps
sjcarbon: Everything will will friendly before this is a public tool.
- 08:47 -
pasc: and (ideally) species name shown? (maybe the 5 letter Swiss-Prot species abbreviation)
sjcarbon: This is a demo of the tree, not the interface.
ben: yeah, sure, but why show it RG group?
sjcarbon: We'll see how much more ground we can cover before then.
pasc: well we can show it to anyone, but I know the curators in the ref genome group woul duse this
sjcarbon: Anyways, there have been complaints in the past about being surprised by new features. Just want to make sure that this does sneak up on anybody.
sjcarbon: I guess the only other item that we have that can be done then is the question about getting Google Analytics onto the GO wiki.
ben: for some reason I am not sure GA plays nice with mediawiki
ben: but maybe I am just misremembering
sjcarbon: I poked around and found a (seemingly) reputable plugin, but I have not installed it myself anywhere.
sjcarbon: There may be other troubles in there.
- 08:52 -
sjcarbon: I'll take a swing at it with one of our wikis.
ben: I'll talk to gail about it, can you email me a link?
sjcarbon: Sure, I'll do that right after the chat.
sjcarbon: I think that's all of the points that can be covered with people here. Does anybody else have any items?
ben: wait, i lied
ben: rama suggested moving the golite (amigo) db load back a day or two so that it will be finished loading by monday mornong
ben: although now that I think about it, we might have to adjust the timing of the filtering script. load should go after filtering (duh)
ben: maybe there is a sweet spot.
- 08:57 -
sjcarbon: Kinda neat to come in on Monday with a fresh GO.
ben: I think that was the idea
ben: load currently takes 36 hrs. Not sure when the filtering starts/finishes, I'll talk to mike about it today.
sjcarbon: I can't think of anything that might go sproing, but Chris has a better idea of what all is involved.
ben: well, I'll post a suggestion to sw group
sjcarbon: cool, thanks.
sjcarbon: Nothing else then anybody?
ben: guess not
sjcarbon: i'm good.
pasc: ok! talk to you later then
sjcarbon: Thanks for coming out y'all. See you soon.
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