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data_upload [2013/01/07 15:11]
fgarcia [Upload your data]
data_upload [2017/05/24 10:36] (current)
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 +====== Upload your data ======
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 +Babelomics has a **unique data entry point** in its [[http://babelomics.bioinfo.cipf.es/upload.html|Upload Menu]].
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 +{{ :images:data_upload:upload_button.png |Upload link}}
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 +By accessing to this form you will be able to upload any datafile you want to analyze using Babelomics. One **single file** can be uploaded at a time.
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 +{{ :images:data_upload:upload_file.png?800 |Upload form}}
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 +**<fc #FF0000>1) Data file</fc>**
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 +   * Click on //Choose File// button and browse the directory where you have saved your file. This file can be a unique file or a **compressed** archive containing several files, generaly [[raw data]] files. Babelomics can read **.zip** and **.tar.gz**. When uploading raw data files bear in mind that **all arrays processed at a time need to be of the same type**. Including the same Affymetrix CEL file if you are using this platform.
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 +**<fc #FF0000>2) Select your data type</fc>**
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 +   * Clik on //Select format// in order to indicate the type of data that you are uploading. [[data_types|Here]] you have further information about the different data types supported in this release of Babelomics. For our example, since we are using Microarray Expression Data from an Affimetrix platform, we will select:
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 +{{ :images:data_upload:data_type.png?800 |Select type}}
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 +   * By selecting the data type, Babelomics performs several format validations to make sure that everything is correct. In this way Babelomics avoids future computational errors when analyzing data. More interestingly, having all data files classified by their type, Babelomics will know which of them you can use in each step of your analysis.
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 +**<fc #FF0000>3) Some additional data</fc>**
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 +   * Several description fields can be attached to each of the files your are uploading. It is optional to fill them.
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 +**<fc #FF0000>4) Label your data</fc>**
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 +   * It is mandatory to enter a Data name to identify the file. This is the name that will be displayed afterward in your job list and projects.
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 +Finally, click on **<fc #FF0000>Upload</fc>** to finish and wait (do not leave the page) until the process has been completed.
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 +{{ :images:data_upload:loading.png |Loading}}
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 +<fc #0000FF>**Note**: Babelomics only allows these characters: "a_z A_Z 0_9" in your original names of your inputs data (can not use: "&/%()$...)</fc>\\
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