Figure 4.

The SNPset export page. The first part of the form allows the user to select the set of annotations to be exported, out of the ones offered by SNPper. All combinations of annotations may be selected, although some fields are only applicable to a subset of all SNPs (e.g., Amino acid change), and some fields might contain multiple values (e.g., Gene). The second section is used to determine the format of the exported data, and its destination. The user may choose between exporting the data as an HTML table, as a tab-delimited text file, as an XML document, or as a BED file. This last option is used to upload the exported data to the Goldenpath genome browser, as a custom track. Finally, the user may choose to display the resulting file in the browser window, or to have it sent by email to a specified address.

Riva and Kohane BMC Bioinformatics 2004 5:33   doi:10.1186/1471-2105-5-33
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