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storing "set max value" in trackster for wig file display

Hans-Rudolf Hotz
Hi

We have been using trackster much more in recent times - It really has
improved a lot (especially its stability) over the last few years -
thank you very much.

We are running into a little annoying issue: when we display wiggle
files, bedgraph files, bam files in coverage mode, etc, the max value
gets somehow calculated. Very often, we want to change that, ie in order
to see the full heights of the peaks instead of the capped peaks. This
can be easily done by changing the "set max value" at the right hand
side of the track.

Unfortunately, the new value does not get stored. No matter, whether we
click on safe or not. So next time we wanna a look at the same
visualization again, we have to set the 'max value' again.

Is this a known missing feature (bug) ? I just wanna check before I
create a Trello card - so far, I couldn't find in in Trello.

Thanks for your help
Hans-Rudolf



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Hans-Rudolf Hotz, PhD
Bioinformatics Support

Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research
Maulbeerstrasse 66
4058 Basel/Switzerland
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Re: storing "set max value" in trackster for wig file display

Jeremy Goecks-4
Hi Hans,

Sorry for the slow reply. Please go ahead and create a card so this issue doesn’t get lost. IIRC, one challenge here is that fixing the min/max can lead to weird views when you move around the genome where the min/max changes. I think this was the original reason that max (and min?) were not saved, but perhaps the explicit approach is the right approach here.

Best,
J.

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On Mar 19, 2015, at 7:13 AM, Hans-Rudolf Hotz <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi

We have been using trackster much more in recent times - It really has improved a lot (especially its stability) over the last few years - thank you very much.

We are running into a little annoying issue: when we display wiggle files, bedgraph files, bam files in coverage mode, etc, the max value gets somehow calculated. Very often, we want to change that, ie in order to see the full heights of the peaks instead of the capped peaks. This can be easily done by changing the "set max value" at the right hand side of the track.

Unfortunately, the new value does not get stored. No matter, whether we click on safe or not. So next time we wanna a look at the same visualization again, we have to set the 'max value' again.

Is this a known missing feature (bug) ? I just wanna check before I create a Trello card - so far, I couldn't find in in Trello.

Thanks for your help
Hans-Rudolf



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Hans-Rudolf Hotz, PhD
Bioinformatics Support

Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research
Maulbeerstrasse 66
4058 Basel/Switzerland
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