On 2011-06-24 05:50, Irina 264 wrote:
> Dear team,
> The idea to analyse data in MeV is great. I successfully transferred
>  data to MeV, analyzed it and used ‘save to BASE’ function to create
> new child bioassays set. However, new created bioassays are the copy
> of the original one. I don’t have possibility to transfer the
> analysis result to the BASE even simple filtering and create a new
> bioassay set. Please tell me what I missed, what the point created
> new child bioassay set if it is duplicate the previous?
> Is it possible to transfer result of analysis as Ch1 column in
> bioassay set, or it is only attached analysis file, which I can use
> with MeV only? Please help me, I need the result of analysis to
> further steps.

The point is that the file saved from MeV is attached to the bioassay
set and that it is possible to re-start MeV using the same file again.

You don't have to create a new child bioassay set in BASE when you do
this, but if you do you can choose if the child should keep the same
data from the parent or not. The idea of actually importing data to the
BASE database has been discussed but was never implemented.


All of the data generated in your IT infrastructure is seriously valuable.
Why? It contains a definitive record of application performance, security 
threats, fraudulent activity, and more. Splunk takes this data and makes 
sense of it. IT sense. And common sense.
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