[Biodevelopers] Reg: MIAMExpress microarray database

Pamela Culpepper pculpep at hotmail.com
Mon Apr 19 18:26:02 EDT 2004


Kaustubh,

It's possible, but not very likely.  MiameExpress is a submission tool.

Pam


>From: "kaustubh shinde" <shindekaustubh at hotmail.com>
>Reply-To: biodevelopers at bioinformatics.org
>To: Biodevelopers at bioinformatics.org
>Subject: [Biodevelopers] Reg: MIAMExpress microarray database
>Date: Mon, 19 Apr 2004 19:43:47 +0000
>
>Hi,
>I have installed miamexpress locally.  It follows the MIAME standard for 
>microarray data.
>While the tool has capabilities of exporting the data in MAGEML format, 
>which is a standard, it can not import data from MAGEML docs into 
>MIAMExpress.
>The reason is while MIAMExpress is compliant with MIAME, a MAGEML doc can 
>contain a lot of information that can not be stored in MIAMExpress. But it 
>should be easy to pick the required information from MAGEML doc and insert 
>into MIAMExpress MySQL database leaving the extra information.
>I was wondering if anyone has done that already or if there are any tools 
>available to do this.
>Any ideas are appreciated.
>Thank you,
>Kaustubh
>
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