Version 2 (modified by Nicklas Nordborg, 5 years ago) ( diff )

Added update note for Relax 1.4 related to Cufflinks and StringTie annotation categories

Updating to Relax 1.4

The following steps should be done after installing Relax 1.4.

Create Lysate items between RNA and Specimen

The data model has been updated with a Lysate item type that sits between the Specimen and RNA items in the old model (see #1072). Lysate items need to be created and properly linked with the existing Specimen and RNA items. Some annotations also need to be moved from the existing RNA items to the Lysate items.

The Relax installation wizard contains a function for doing this. When you enter the installation wizard it will most likely complain about some missing subtypes and annotation type, etc. After fixing this the installation wizard should display a note about the number of RNA items that are linked to Specimen items and a button Create Lysate and re-link RNA. Click on this button and wait for the installation wizard to finish. It will take some time for it to finish but it will save the results at regular intervals so if there is a problem it should be possible to re-start and try again.

Add annotation types to the Cufflinks and StringTie categories

The Cohort exporter and Level 3 exporter plug-ins has been updated to only export annotations and data that is correctly shared and matched against raw data types (#1099). To make sure that the proper annotations are included when exporting the following steps need to be done:

Go to the Administrate - Types - Annotation type categories page and locate the Cufflinks and StringTie categories. Open the edit dialog for each one, switch to the Annotation types tab. The only annotation type so far should be the FirstReleasedIn annotation type. Add more annotation types:

  • For Cufflinks: All annotation types for raw bioassays except the QC_GenoTypeHET_PCT annotation.
  • For StringTie: All annotation types for raw bioassays except those starting with PILOT_.

The categories also need to be shared to the releases (=projects) that they are used in. For the Cufflinks category this typically means that it should be shared with READ permission to all existing projects and for the StringTie category that is should be shared to the 4.0 project.

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