VisiGene only sends gif and jpeg over the wire.
James Taylor, Associate Professor, Biology/CS, Emory University
On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 12:59 PM, Robert Baertsch <baert...@soe.ucsc.edu> wrote:
> I was planning to use server code to tile the large images and then use one
> without extensions . Jim did this with visigene in the genome browser years
> - Robert
> On Dec 3, 2013, at 9:16 AM, Carl Eberhard <carlfeberh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, Robert
> As far as I know, all browsers besides Safari aren't set up to render tiff
> files by default. Are you using Safari to display the files in Galaxy?
> There are extensions for Firefox and Chrome that will allow you to display
> these files. Would that be an option?
> As a side note: creating, saving, and manipulating images and thumbnails
> would require Galaxy including a server side image processing library as a
> dependency. I'd like to do this at some point in the future as it would
> allow us other advantages too.
> On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 4:17 PM, Robert Baertsch <baert...@soe.ucsc.edu>
>> Do you know a fast way to open large tiff files in galaxy ? The sniffer
>> recognizes the type, but clicking on the eyeball on a large 82mb file just
>> Downloading the file and opening in preview does work but it is clunky.
>> Perhaps storing a low res version that would be display when clicking the
>> eyeball would speed access.
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