Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of CurationToolMultiGenePhenotypes


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Timestamp:
Nov 10, 2014, 12:47:28 AM (6 years ago)
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kmr44
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  • CurationToolMultiGenePhenotypes

    v14 v15  
    3030   * 3. Previously used conditions do not get added to the list when you click on them - DONE kmr 2014-10-30
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    32   * Duplicating a row, Small bug: When I duplicate a row I can change things,  ( change evidence, add conditions) The evidence changed OK, but the new condition I selected did not appear
     32  * ~~Duplicating a row, Small bug: When I duplicate a row I can change things,  ( change evidence, add conditions) The evidence changed OK, but the new condition I selected did not appear~~ - DONE KMR 2014-11-10
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    3434  * At some point (after adding a single gene phenotype) the only button available was “change genotype” I hit this and it took me back to the summary page (unexpectedly, but that was where I wanted to go!).  When you curate a “single gene phenotype” like this, the allele name (genotype) does not appear. I think this was because I didn’t name it, but the name should be derived from the allele designation(not from the user) see above. - MAH 2014-10-28: see below for item from today's call relevant to going to the summary page. Other entries may address more of this, but we'll see what needs further discussion or work.
     
    4141 * The gene page needs a route back to phenotype curation (in addition to "change gene"). - MAH 2014-10-28: agreed; see ideas from today's call below
    4242 * The ontology term page needs route back to term search (at the moment the only option is the paper summary page, and the "back" button does nothing).
    43  * The "duplicate" popup has the same header as the "edit" popup ("Edit $annotation for $gene"). Could it say something more helpful, such as "Edit fields to create a new annotation for $gene"?
     43 * ~~The "duplicate" popup has the same header as the "edit" popup ("Edit $annotation for $gene"). Could it say something more helpful, such as "Edit fields to create a new annotation for $gene"?~~ - DONE KMR 2014-11-10
    4444 * The "Add ..." link for the phenotype table needs some sort of cleverness for before any genotypes are added. It would probably be simplest just to have it not appear until after there's at least one genotype available in the session (at least for now). Later we could think about having it link to the genotype-adding interface if there are no genotypes yet.
    4545 * In the "standard" phenotype curation interface, the box for adding conditions is subtle and kind of easy to overlook.