Give this a try:
And if that doesn't work:
Finally, try this (which won't return true for subclasses of MDA_zip):
(Sorry - initially sent this to Bob only)
On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 4:14 PM, wrote:
> Thank you Carl for the
There are a number of ways to visualize data in Galaxy, so let's settle on
some terminology first for the three major ways:
* *display applications*: these are definitions of external websites that
can fetch galaxy datasets and display them in their visualization
I transformed the awesome tutorial Carl wrote into a wiki page here:
Please contribute if you feel like it.
On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 4:17 PM wrote:
> Thank you Carl for the excellent write-up. It could
Thank you Carl for the excellent write-up. It could serve as a visualization
However, I am still not able to get the visualization icon to appear, see the
I feel if I get the icon to show it will all come together.
A couple questions followed by file dumps and
Thank you Eric,
But I want to be clear after spending 5 days, reading many Galaxy wiki links,
looking at samples, and with help from others trying to get this to work. I
have written many tools but never tried to display a unique datatype before.
Below is a series of questions and steps I