Example of a Task Entry Overview for an E. coli MLST task entry

The Task Entry overview shows a summary of the genotyping results and the data that are stored within the Task Entry.

The view is organized in two columns:

The toolbar on the top of the panel can shows the following buttons:

  • Button16-ExportSequence.gif Export Target Sequences: Export the consensus sequences of this Task Entries into a FASTA library file.
  • Button16-ReAssembly.gif Reassemble Reads: Re-Assemble the read sequences (e.g., chromatograms) of all targets of this Task Entry. Doc-info.png This feature is only available for Sanger sequencing data.
  • Button16-QueryInProgress.gif Restart Genotyping: Restart the queries of this Task Entry.
  • Button16-Crosshairs.png Position Navigator: Open the Position Navigator for this Task Entry.
  • Button16-NewSampleFromWGS.png Add Sequences from Assembly File: Open the Process Assembled Genome Data window with the WGS data file linked or attached to the Sample. The Task for the Task Entry is already pre-selected. This feature is only available for whole genome sequencing data.
  • Button16-AddReads.gif Add reads: Add reads from files manually. Doc-info.png This feature is only available for Sanger sequencing data.
  • Button16-Web.png Browse Website: Browse a website that is associated with this task template
  • Button16-PubMed.png: Browse Publication: Browse a publication that associated with this task template.

On the bottom, specific access rights can be set for the Task Entry.

For some task templates (e.g. MLST), an extra panel below the Task Entry overview shows the alignment between the contig and query library sequences that are selected in the query result table.