Re: ***SPAM*** [MORPHMET] Extract Classifier from ID string

2018-03-22 Thread Nelly Ndungu
Thanks Carmelo, This trick has worked, thanks alot. Kind Regards, Nelly Ndungu On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 4:50 PM, Carmelo Fruciano wrote: > Dear Bekkym > > I'm assuming you actually have a problem with the specimen names in the > file you imported in MorphoJ. > > It's hard to

[MORPHMET] Re: Extract Classifier from ID string

2018-03-22 Thread dsbriss_dmd
Hi Nelly, in your CSV file you need to use record identifiers that will allow you to break apart the samples the way you want. I recently did a project where I used the following: rme0031 rme0201 rme0032 rme0202 etc, there were about 50 of these subjects/timepoints. The subject is

Re: ***SPAM*** [MORPHMET] Extract Classifier from ID string

2018-03-22 Thread Carmelo Fruciano
Dear Bekkym I'm assuming you actually have a problem with the specimen names in the file you imported in MorphoJ. It's hard to know what exactly the problem is with the information you provide, but I will point out that a trick which may or may not apply to your specific case is to convert

Re: ***SPAM*** [MORPHMET] Extract Classifier from ID string

2018-03-22 Thread Carmelo Fruciano
Hi Nelly, you're welcome, and sorry for calling you with some other name. Best, Carmelo On 22/03/2018 15:06, Nelly Ndungu wrote: Thanks Carmelo, This trick has worked, thanks alot. Kind Regards, Nelly Ndungu On Thu, Mar 22, 2018 at 4:50 PM, Carmelo Fruciano

Re: [MORPHMET] Extract Classifier from ID string

2018-03-22 Thread Chris Klingenberg
Dear Nelly I presume you imported the data from a TPS file. From the MorphoJ documentation: "It is often the case that the entry for the IMAGE= keyword in TPS files contains more useful information for making the identifier than that of the ID= keyword. To use the IMAGE= keyword, it is