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Here you can tell us how can we make EpiExplorer more useful to you. Feel free to suggest new features, datasets, visualizations or vote for features suggested by other users. 


Bug reports are also eagerly anticipated, especially on Friday night


Tell us how to make it better. We'll listen

+15

Support missing values for scores

Yassen 5 years ago • updated by albrecht 5 years ago 0
If the score column contains missing values, the corresponding regions can be (or are automatically) filtered out. Missing values are recognized by empty strings, NA, n/a, or something similar.
Answer
albrecht 5 years ago

Do you mean "filtered out" by removing them?

+7

Allow uploading sets of gene identifiers

Anonymous 7 years ago • updated by Halachev 5 years ago 1

Make possible to upload and annotate only a set of gene identifiers

Feature
Answer
Halachev 5 years ago

+7
Completed

Mouse genome (mm9) support

Halachev 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
Genome Feature
+5
Completed

Human genome (hg19) support

Halachev 6 years ago • updated 4 years ago 0
Genome Feature
+4

Allow upload of .gz files (would put less demand) on the client and server.

Halachev 6 years ago • updated 4 years ago 0
Visualization Feature
+3

Allow the download of all overlap results

Anonymous 5 years ago 0

The server does a great job by calculating the overlaps with ENCODE data and the web interface is adequate for browsing results. However, as soon as one wants to perform some more serious analysis on the overlap results, the web interface becomes a nuisance.  It would be very useful if it would be possible to download all the overlap results as a archive of csv files. 

+3

Allow up to five references

Anonymous 6 years ago • updated 4 years ago 0
Currently the software allows only one reference to be compared to the current set of regions. We suggest to allow up to five references as this will make it more easy to discretize numeric scores and to follow trends. On the other hand 5 is a compromise number as it will still allow to visualize most plots nicely.
+2

For every view, allow to export the full annotated data for every region

Anonymous 6 years ago • updated 4 years ago 0
Currently at every view the user can export the processed table that represents the view data and also the list of current regions.

It would be useful if he can export the current set of regions with full annotated data from the view for every region
User interface
+2
Started

Show more information about the used annotations

Halachev 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
Show source of the data, short description of the data, date on which it was obtained, method via which it was processed etc
Visualization Feature
+2
Started

Report the genome coverage of every feature and of the current set of regions

Anonymous 6 years ago • updated by Halachev 6 years ago 0
Visualization Feature
Answer
Halachev 6 years ago