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how to make an Interval_SRK overlapping

Dave Matthews matthews at greengenes.cit.cornell.edu
Fri Jul 19 03:06:21 EST 2002


Hi Tony,

> ... QTL's that overlap are still displayed in one line and I want them to be
> dispayed as bars next to eachother when they overlap.

I have this working in GrainGenes, see Map Oat-KxO/Q-3 for example,
www.graingenes.org/cgi-bin/ace/pic/graingenes?name=Oat-KxO%2FQ-3&class=Map

Only problem is I'm not sure why it's working.  I.e. I can't find any
way to break it and get the symptoms you describe.  You can take a look
at the View and see if there are any differences from what you're using.
www.graingenes.org/cgi-bin/ace/tree/graingenes?name=MAP-KxO-QTL&class=View

(I'm using Unix ace4_9 currently but I haven't seen a problem with this
in any version I've used, going back at least to ace4_5.)

- Dave


> From: Tony van Kampen <A.J.A.van.Kampen at freeler.nl>
> Subject: how to make an Interval_SRK overlapping
> To: acedb newsgroup <bionet-software-acedb at net.bio.net>
> 
> ls,
> 
> I'm trying to make a new Interval_SRK column for a new class I invented 
> called "Trait_locus". These are eg. QTL's with a Map and Left-Right 
> position.
> 
> Some QTL's are linked to the same "Trait" and I want to give the 
> QTL_bars that correspond to the same Trait the same colour. The other 
> Interval columns don't support colours....
> 
> I managed though by adding a new tag to "Trait_locus" model, like Red 
> and Blue, and used these tags for the "queries" boxes that correspond to 
> a certain colour.
> 
> So far so good. The only thing that is still missing is that QTL's that 
> overlap are still displayed in one line and I want them to be dispayed 
> as bars next to eachother when they overlap.
> 
> The strange thing is that if I do the same thing for the class "Map" 
> overlapping "bars" are displayed next to eachother instead of in 1 line. 
> So it is possible, but I don't know how to do it for this class.
> 
> Does anybody know how to fix this?
> 
> cheers,
> 
> Tony
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