Thanks for your quick reply. Yes I have got different FIMS databases and they are all excel spreadsheets. Meanwhile the release of a new version of the plugin, I may try to create a new geneious folder (a new and empty data storage…"
Are you using an excel file for your FIMS by any chance? We found a problem with annotating documents repeatedly where moving columns around in the excel file could screw up the document annotating. This could also happen if…"
"Excellet Steve, thanks for all the info. Much appreciated as usual!
Please let us know about the MySQL FIMS as early as possible (we would happily beta test) since our LabDB is based on MySQL, and if we could directly tap into it without having to…"
"Hi there Gert,
FIMS/LIMS data is attached to your sequences when you annotate them using the function, or download the traces from the LIMS. Those fields and values will stay on your sequences until you run the annotate function again,…"
"hi there, is it possible (and without danger) to use different Excel FIMS? We have one for a large barcoding batch of external samples (about 17,000) and one for the general lab use (a couple of thousand samples). Is the FIMS data saved in the LIMS…"
I am facing polymerase slippage with Dermocybe specimens (40% of my ITS sequences are messy...) because of the presence of poly-T or poly-G either in the ITS1 or 2. Until now, I have used the primer sets ITS1-F/ITS4 or ITS1-F/ITS4b…"
"Edit history is something else we've considered. It's not implemented now, but it's one of our long-term goals (along with properly dealing with security and multiple user accounts, so that the history can be recorded against…"
"One thing I just noted is the History field for each item created. What is this currently used for? It does not really display the history of the item, i.e. for an extraction plate it should show who created the plate and when, and then subsequent…"
"Hi there guys,
You can delete plates in the LIMS, but not workflows (deleting extraction plates deletes all workflows associated with those extractions though). Just search for the plates you want to delete, select them, and hit the…"
I am used to set up my PCR reactions in strips of 8 wells (as Gert seems to do...) when I plan to amplify less than 48 samples. Over 48 samples I shift to a plate. Maybe the PCR reaction in biocode should be displayed in X columns…"
I’m involved in, or am interested in the following barcoding initiatives
DNA Barcoding Initiative for Conservation, Database Working Group, Data Analysis Working Group
I’m involved in or interested in the following iBOL Working Groups
Keywords about my barcoding projects (separate each choice with a comma)
Dermocybe, Cortinarius, high throughput sequencing
I’m involved in the following aspects of barcoding:
Fieldwork/specimen collecting, Museum work/specimen curation, Labwork/generating barcode sequences, Management of barcode data, Analysis of barcode data, Using barcode data in taxonomy/systematic biology
Molecular phylogeny and barcoding of Australian Cortinarius subg. Dermocybe
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