Philip

Using a the first column as label should work if you tick the box "Include a third column as data point IDs?"


Regards, Hans-Rudolf


On 04/09/2014 07:47 AM, Philippe Moncuquet wrote:
Hi Hans-Rudolph,

Ok so the syntax in the wrapper was not the problem. My file was tabular
but the first column contained string and numbers whereas the second
column contained only numbers. When I added a 3rd column with numbers to
test I was able to see the button and generate some graphics. I wish It
could have taken the first column as the label for the second but I
understand that would produces unwanted behavior in other context.
Anyway, all good, thanks for the help.

Regards,
Philip


2014-04-08 17:33 GMT+10:00 Hans-Rudolf Hotz <h...@fmi.ch
<mailto:h...@fmi.ch>>:



    On 04/08/2014 02:05 AM, Philippe Moncuquet wrote:

        Hi Rudolph,

        Thanks for the answer. I understand that it would make no sense
        to allow
        generation of graphics on non relevant data. My data is in tabular
        format and that is the reason why I was surprise not to see that
        button.

            <outputs>
              <data name="tabular_file" label="report.tsv" type="tabular"
           format="tabular" />
            </outputs>


    I would re-write this like:

    <outputs>
           <data name="tabular_file" label="report.tsv" format="tabular" />
    </outputs>


    Also, make sure your output is actually a table, ie it does consist
    of more than one (tab-separated) column.


    Hans-Rudolf


        I wouldn't be surprised if something was wrong in my syntax.
        Thanks for
        the help anyway.

        Cheers,
        Philip


        2014-04-07 16:52 GMT+10:00 Hans-Rudolf Hotz <h...@fmi.ch
        <mailto:h...@fmi.ch>
        <mailto:h...@fmi.ch <mailto:h...@fmi.ch>>>:


             Hi Philip

             The appearance of the visualization button depends on the
        datatype
             of your output. E.g. when it is set to 'tabular', you
        should get the
             button allowing you to create a scatter plot.

             However, depending on your data, it might not make much
        sense to
             visualize it in 'Trackster', 'Circster' or as scatter plot.


             Regards, Hans-Rudolf



             On 04/07/2014 02:11 AM, Philippe Moncuquet wrote:

                 Hi,

                 I have developed a simple script that give some
        statistics on an
                 assemble. It generates a tabular output. The visualization
                 button is not
                 available when I extend the output in the history pane.
        Is there any
                 code that I need to put in my xml wrapper to get this
        button
                 available ?

                 Regards,
                 Philip



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