Anatomy Tree Display

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Version 4

This revision puts the ontology tree on the left as the primary browsing tool. Data for the selected term appears in the tabbed panels to the right.

page 1

Singlewindow1.png

Comments

  • We should display all relationship types in the tree view, not just is_a.

page 2

Singlewindow2.png

Comments

page 3

Singlewindow3.png

Comments

page 4

Singlewindow4.png

Comments

  • Since the search produces a list of mixed types of terms, should be an indicator of what the term is - entity, quality, gene, taxon, etc.

Version 3

For conference call on 1/26/10. Notes and features on screenshots based on 1/22/10 conference call.

Two panel display of summary results

page 1

Anatomy-tree-2panels-p1-rev1.png

page 2

Anatomy-tree-2panels-p2-rev1.png

Version 2

For conference call on 1/22/10

Access anatomy tree summary results from front search page:

Anatomy-search.png


Summary results, page 1

Anatomy-tree1-rev1.png

Summary results, page 2

Anatomy-tree2-rev1.png

Two panel display of summary results

Anatomy-tree-2panels.png

Version 1

From conference call on 1/21/2010"

Access anatomy tree summary results from front search page:

Anatomy-search.png


Summary results, page 1

Anatomy-tree1.png

Comments:

  • Alternatively, this could be a two-panel display with tree in the left panel and results table in right panel, similar to BioPortal's layout.
    • make mockup for next conf call
  • How to clearly indicate relationships on branches? For example, "type of" and "part of" with arrow pointing to parent?
    • Don't need to display relationships on branches if tree has "subtype results" and "subpart results" labeled.
  • tree is confusing. Would be clearer to indent child terms, similar to OBO-edit's ontology tree viewer.

Summary results, page 2

Anatomy-tree2.png

Version 0

Search summary results

Copied from this page: Knowledgebase_mockups

This would be an enhancement to the Phenotypes results currently displayed on a page like http://kb.phenoscape.org/search/anatomy/TAO:0000376

The leftmost column is intended to represent a disclosable tree display. The nearest common ancestor of the represented annotated anatomy terms is used as the root of the tree display. Each anatomy term has a flat list of the qualities annotated for it. Don't pay too much attention to the dummy numbers given in these results.

Root anatomy term "infraorbital" collapsed:

Infraorbital closed ontology tree.png

Root anatomy term "infraorbital" expanded:

Infraorbital open ontology tree.png

Possible further enhancement to page capabilities - redisplay data on a quality tree. The included results would be somewhat different.

Nearest quality ancestor collapsed:

Quality closed ontology tree.png

Quality ancestor expanded:

Quality open ontology tree.png

Comments

  • From Paula: Rename 'Entity' 'Anatomy' as per other mockups for consistency http://kb.phenoscape.org/search/anatomy/TAO:0000376
  • From Paula: swap column headings Entity-Quality on Quality tree table (below ' Nearest quality ancestor collapsed" text)
  • From Todd (cosmetic): I'm not sure the alternating colors will be clear when there are multiple rows - those are most useful as an aid to follow horizontally across many columns within a row
  • From Todd: would it be possible to collapse the quality column too (ie to "4 qualities" for a given entity? or "4 anatomical terms" for a given quality)?
  • From Todd: Personally I think having the anatomical entity in the 1st column is a lot more useful than having the quality tree there.