Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of CantoFrontPageText


Ignore:
Timestamp:
Nov 12, 2012, 3:38:52 PM (9 years ago)
Author:
gomidori
Comment:

--

Legend:

Unmodified
Added
Removed
Modified
  • CantoFrontPageText

    v2 v3  
    1 Welcome to CANTO the PomBase community curation tool.
     1Things in square brackets [] are explanations to ourselves, and won't appear on Canto pages.
    22
    3 General text
    4 Brief description of project/ tool
    5 something like
     3== Main page (curation.pombase.org) ==
     4[introductory text][[BR]]
     5Welcome to CANTO, the !PomBase community curation tool.
    66
    7 CANTO is a community annotation tool which has been developed for members of the fission yeast community to curate the genetic and molecular data from their publications, for inclusion in the PomBase model organism database and for dissemination to other databases.
     7CANTO is an online annotation tool which has been developed to allow researchers to curate the genetic and molecular data from their publications for inclusion in public biological databases. Fission yeast data curated in Canto will have priority for inclusion in the !PomBase model organism database, and will therefore also be rapidly disseminated to other databases (e.g. !GenBank/ENA/DDBJ, !UniProt, BioGRID and GO).
    88
    9 CANTO is a generic tool which will be made available for other organisms.
     9Originally created for members of the fission yeast community, CANTO is a generic tool which can be readily configured for use with other organisms and other databases.
    1010
     11[a set of options - each is a link to a new page][[BR]]
     12Curate a paper - About Community Curation - Demo - Help
    1113
    12 Curation Options
    13 Curate your paper - Demo - Help - Project Information
     14=== 'Curate a paper' page (new) ===
     15For newly published papers, !PomBase curators will email authors inviting them to participate, with specific instructions and links. Lab members are also welcome to evaluate existing annotations and create new annotations from past publications.
    1416
     17If you wish to curate a paper from your laboratory, please enter the !PubMed ID and proceed as directed.
    1518
    16 Under "Curate your paper"
    17 -------------------------
     19!PubMed ID: [nice friendly text box]
    1820
    19 If you wish to curate a paper from your laboratory, please enter the PubMed ID and begin curating.
    20 You will be asked to supply the genes from you publication. You can then annotate your  genes set with:
    21 1. Phenotypes, alleles and conditions
    22 2. GO terms (biological processes, cellular components, and molecular functions)
    23 3. Genetic and physical interactions (BioGrid format)
    24 4. Post translational modifications
     21You will be asked to supply the genes from you publication. You can then annotate your genes with:
     22 1. Phenotypes (including details of alleles and conditions)
     23 2. GO terms (biological processes, cellular components, and molecular functions)
     24 3. Genetic and physical interactions (BioGRID format)
     25 4. Protein modifications
    2526
    26 Note that, if your list is large, and the data is restricted to one or 2 data-types (i.e a phenotype screen)
    27 you may want to supply the data as spreadsheet, please contact us directly for format details.
     27Once you have begun curating the information will be preserved at this URL, so you do not need to complete the curation in one session. You can use the 'Contact curators' link at any point if you get stuck, or have any questions.
    2828
    29 The curators are contactable by help at any point if you are stuck, or have any questions. Once you have begun curating the information will be preserved at this URL, so you do not need to complete the curation in one session.
     29Please note that you should only curate information supported by experiments supported in the paper you are curating. If you want to capture other information not directly shown in a particular paper, please contact us directly. [hyperlink 'contact us' mailto to pombase helpdesk]
    3030
    31 Please note that you should only curate information supported by experiments supported in the paper you are curating, contact us directly to capture other information.
     31If you have a large gene list with only one of two types of data (e.g. a phenotype screen), you may want to supply the data as spreadsheet rather than via Canto. Please contact us directly for format details. [again, linky for 'contact us']
    3232
    33 Under Demo
    34 -----
    35 A demo is available here (volunteers for pdf of screenshots).
     33=== 'About' page (new, or link to existing pombase.org page?) ===
     34[information about the community curation project]
    3635
     36[include stats - no. papers, no. annotations, etc.]
    3737
    38 Under Information will be information about the project itself (progress/ stats etc)
    39 ------
     38=== 'Demo' page (new) ===
     39A demo is available here [add link to pdf of annotated screenshots ... curators will produce the said pdf].
    4040
    41 This text (which will need to be updated accordingly)
    42 http://www.pombase.org/community/fission-yeast-community-curation-project
    43 
    44 and we will replace this link by the curation tool link when ready
    45 
    46 
    47 Wait for rearrangement/ suggestions from M&A before implementing.....
     41=== 'Help' page (new) ===
     42[all the help documentation that the curators have yet to write will live here once we write it ...]