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  1. UPLOADING MY DATA ON MACE
    1. Create an account
    2. Create a dataset
  2. CREATE YOUR SAMPLES
    1. By RAW file
    2. By .MAP file



  1. UPLOADING MY DATA ON MACE
    1. Create an account

      If you have to put some data on our database, the first thing you have to do is to create an account. Just click on the "create your account" link on top of the page, fill all required informations and accept. Without account, you will just be able to look at the released datasets of our database.
    2. Create a dataset

      Before uploading any data, you have to create an empty dataset by clicking on the "new dataset" tab.
      Fill all required fields and create it.
      Now, it appears on the "my datasets" tab with status "new".
  2. CREATE YOUR SAMPLES
    1. By RAW file

      If you choose to upload a raw data file instead of a "map" file, you need to respect the following format specification for the header line:

      • The header line must be the first one of the file.
      • Your file must contain a PROBE column as the first column, and three columns for each sample (SIGNAL, VAR, FLAGS), repeated as many times as needed.
      • The three columns SIGNAL, VAR and FLAGS should be suffixed by "_BARCODE", where BARCODE corresponds to the unique identifier of the sample.
        _BARCODE can include numerics (0-9), alphabetical characters (A-Z), and these special characters: @#.-+_
        As your samples will be identified by these barcodes, please note that any error in the header line will abort the whole process.
      • Each key should be tab separated (With tabulations, no spaces)

      For advanced users, here is the regular expression pattern to use:
      /PROBE(\tSIGNAL_[A-Z0-9#@_\.\+-]+\tVAR_[A-Z0-9#@_\.\+-]+\tFLAGS_[A-Z0-9#@_\.\+-]+)+/

      PROBE SIGNAL_BARCODE VAR_BARCODE FLAGS_BARCODE

      • PROBE corresponds to the Probe's unique ID.
      • SIGNAL corresponds to the signals measured for each probe.
      • VAR corresponds to the Coefficient of Variance of the signal.
        If you don't have these values, please use the technical limit of reproducibility of your platform (typically between 4 and 20%) as default values (e.g. 0.04 to 0.20).
      • FLAGS correspond to the flag of conformity possibly given by the platform.
        If you don't have these values, please use "0" as default value.

      Example of a raw data file header with 3 samples (Each key is tab-separated):

      PROBE SIGNAL_HB0001 VAR_HB0001 FLAGS_HB0001 SIGNAL_HB0002 VAR_HB0002 FLAGS_HB0002 SIGNAL_HB0003 VAR_HB0003 FLAGS_HB0003

    2. By .MAP file

      .MAP files are datasets files containing all needed informations (data + annotations) to create your samples in mace. They are generated by ace.map software (Coming soon). To use this feature, you just have to choose a valid .map file in the dataset page.
      If you don't have this kind of files, please create your samples via RAW file.