Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of net.sf.basedb.reggie.notes27


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May 31, 2012, 11:27:56 AM (10 years ago)
Author:
Nicklas Nordborg
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Adding page about updating to reggie 2.7

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     1= Updating to Reggie 2.7 =
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     3Updating to Reggie 2.7 require some manual changes to the `NoSpecimen` items that already exists. This is required since we have not stored the LATERALITY for those items. We need to check the laterality on the parent `Case` item and copy that information to the `NoSpecimen` items that doesn't have a value. For more information see ticket:399.
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     5Follow this procedure:
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     7== 1. Update to Reggie 2.7 ==
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     9== 2. Generate a list of all `NoSpecimen` items without laterality ==
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     11 * Go to the samples list page and filter on `NoSpecimen' and no laterality.
     12 * Export the name and parent of all items found and save that to the local computer.
     13 * Create a biomaterial list with `Member type=Sample` and the `Include pooled` option checked. This should create a list with all `NoSpecimen` items and their parent `Case` items.
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     15== 3. Generate a list of all `Case` items ==
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     17 * Change the filter on the samples list page to list `Case` items. Remove all other filters.
     18 * Display the `Biomaterial list` column and use the biomaterial list created above as a filter.
     19 * Export the name and laterality for all cases that are found and save that to the local computer.
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     21== 4. Use Excel/OpenOffice or compatible to map laterality to `NoSpecimen` ==
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     23 * The two files that has been exported should include all information that is needed to find the laterality for a given `NoSpecimen` item. With a spreadsheet program as Excel it should be possible to create a formula to do this.
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     25 * TODO -- how to create a formula
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     27 * Save the result as a tab separated text file, upload it to BASE and use the annotation importer to import the laterality values.