When you open it, it is shown in the experiment table (see figure 30.23).
For a general introduction to table features like sorting and filtering, see Working with tables.
Unlike other tables in Biomedical Genomics Workbench, the experiment table has a hierarchical grouping of the columns. This is done to reflect the structure of the data in the experiment. The Side Panel is divided into a number of groups corresponding to the structure of the table. These are described below. Note that you can customize and save the settings of the Side Panel.
Whenever you perform analyses like normalization, transformation, statistical analysis etc, new columns will be added to the experiment. You can at any time Export () all the data in the experiment in csv or Excel format or Copy () the full table or parts of it. For more information on visualizing RNA-Seq read tracks from the experiment, see Visualizing RNA-Seq read tracks for the experiment.
- Column width
- Experiment level
- Analysis level
- Annotation level
- Group level
- Sample level
- Creating a sub-experiment from a selection
- Downloading sequences from the experiment table