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bug #6686

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Correct handling for chromatograms in dataportal

Added by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago. Updated 10 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
New
Category:
cdm-dataportal
Target version:
Start date:
06/01/2017
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% Done:

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Description

Currently they are shown as WebApplication which is not correct.

They should clearly show that they are for download not visualization. Or if visualization is possible like here http://gbol5.de/primer_reads/13584/edit they should be handled accordingly.

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Also chromatograms are currently not stored correctly in the CDM. E.g. MediaRepresentationPart id=2901 ("c72a02ec-ed80-4742-9bbc-d493613cef07") in campanulaceae is stored as ImageFile which is incorrect. Datafiles should be stored as MediaRepresentationPart itself, not one of it's subclasses (but also see discussion on #6588).
Also we should check if there is a suitable MIME type. Currently they are stored without MIME type.

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We may also think about storing Chromatogramms differently. They could be stored as external links (#6588) which makes it clearer that they are Files but then information like author can not be stored.


Related issues

Related to Edit - feature request #6624: Campanula related portal issuesDuplicatePatrick Plitzner05/05/2017

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Related to Edit - feature request #6588: Add URL and URL comment to OriginalSource / ExternalLinkClosedAndreas Müller04/24/2017

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Related to Edit - feature request #9548: Handle links to websites, webapps or similar in image galleries (simple and UV)NewAndreas Kohlbecker03/24/2021

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Actions #1

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

AM: ich bin gerade zufällig über http://campanula.e-taxonomy.net/cdm_dataportal/taxon/2e3aa801-7307-409c-bd39-d825f5f1e031/images gestolpert.

Dabei ist mir aufgefallen, dass die dort hinterlegten Chromatogramme m.E. visuell und auch inhaltlich ziemlich suboptimal als Web Application Link dargestellt werden.

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AK: für *.ab1 Files gibt es noch keine Strategie für die Darstellung. Im Zweifelsfall, entscheidet sich das Portal für die Webapplication-Variante.

Ein Ticket gibt es dazu sicherlich noch nicht, das heißt ich kenne keines und hab auch mir bisher über die Darstellung von Chromatogrammen keine Gedanken gemacht.
Aber ich denke es wäre sinnvoll im Falle der DNA chromatogram files ein Icon mit Caption anzuzeigen. Ein Klick auf das Icon, führt zum Download des Files über den Browser.
Online Viewer für ab1 files die man einbinden könnte gibt es meines Wissens nicht.

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GD: bezüglich der Darstellung der ab1-Dateien könnt Ihr ja mal einen Blick auf Kais Web App werfen. Hier mal ein Beispiel: http://gbol5.de/primer_reads/13584/edit

Was genau er da für die Anzeige nimmt weiß ich nicht, hat aber meines Wissens alles auf github verfügbar gemacht. Ich weiß nur nicht unter welchem Account man das findet.

Actions #2

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

Actions #3

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

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Actions #4

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

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Actions #5

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

Actions #6

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

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Actions #7

Updated by Andreas Müller over 4 years ago

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Actions #8

Updated by Andreas Müller over 3 years ago

The class ExternalLink exists now so we discuss if we want to use it here.

Actions #9

Updated by Andreas Müller over 3 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)
Actions #10

Updated by Andreas Müller almost 2 years ago

  • Assignee changed from Patrick Plitzner to Andreas Kohlbecker
Actions #11

Updated by Andreas Müller 10 months ago

  • Tags set to specimen, image-viewer

This is somehow related to specimen handling and to media handling

Actions #12

Updated by Andreas Kohlbecker 7 months ago

  • Related to feature request #9548: Handle links to websites, webapps or similar in image galleries (simple and UV) added
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