Brilliant, thank you. That should be exactly what I need. Good to know all of
these dynamic options filters exist.
09.05.2014, 15:54, "Björn Grüning" <bjoern.gruen...@gmail.com>:
> Hi Eric,
> the following should work, but is a real hack and not recommended, I think.
> <code file="filter_genome_from_file.py">
> <param name = "a"
> label = "one input"
> format = "data"
> type = "select"
> dynamic_options = "get_genomes_from_b($input_b)" />
> Hope that will work for you.
> Am 09.05.2014 16:42, schrieb Eric Rasche:
>> Howdy All,
>> I have a set of tools in two parts; the first part builds some databases and
>> prepares some data structures, the second tool plots a subset of the data
>> in the
>> data structure. Specifically, the data in the structures are named genomes.
>> second tools needs to know which genomes, and I'd like to allow the user to
>> able to select from a list rather than typing in manually.
>> Essentially what I'd like to be able to do is create a set of options for an
>> <input type="select"> from the results of executing a perl/python script. Is
>> there any way to do this as of now? (ugly hacks are OK as this is a private
>> Eric Rasche
>> Programmer II
>> Center for Phage Technology
>> Texas A&M University
>> College Station, TX 77843
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