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The given keyword is used to first search different categories in the SEED database for a perfect match (fast search) in the following order:
 
The given keyword is used to first search different categories in the SEED database for a perfect match (fast search) in the following order:
  
Organisms
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- Organisms
  
Subsystems
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- Subsystem Names
  
Feature IDs
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- Feature IDs
  
Aliases to Features
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- Aliases to Features
  
 
If a perfect match is found, it returns the page for that match in that category (e.g. if you search for Escherichia coli K12, the SeedViewer will load the [[SEED_Viewer_Manual/OrganismPage|Organism Page]] for that organism.
 
If a perfect match is found, it returns the page for that match in that category (e.g. if you search for Escherichia coli K12, the SeedViewer will load the [[SEED_Viewer_Manual/OrganismPage|Organism Page]] for that organism.
  
If no perfect match is found, the listed categories will be searched again using an infix search (meaning that the keyword can be part of an organism, functional role etc.). The infix search may take a while. You will get a page that lists all search results for your search.
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If '''no''' perfect match is found, it will search the following categories using an infix search (meaning that the keyword can be part of an organism, functional role etc.):
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- Functional Roles
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- Organisms
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- Subsystem Names
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- Feature Annotations
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The infix search may take a while. You will get a page that lists all search results for your search.
  
 
=== Special features ===
 
=== Special features ===
  
 
If your page has a defined genome (e.g. [[SEED_Viewer_Manual/OrganismPage|Organism Page]], [[SEED_Viewer_Manual/Annotation|Annotation Page]]), you can type in a number and it will open the Annotation page for the feature ending with that number. This is helpful if you want to browse through Annotation pages of many features in a genome.
 
If your page has a defined genome (e.g. [[SEED_Viewer_Manual/OrganismPage|Organism Page]], [[SEED_Viewer_Manual/Annotation|Annotation Page]]), you can type in a number and it will open the Annotation page for the feature ending with that number. This is helpful if you want to browse through Annotation pages of many features in a genome.

Latest revision as of 12:33, 26 November 2008

Find

The Find Window is present on every page in the SeedViewer. Type in a text and press the button Find to search for your keyword.

FindWindow.png

What it does

The given keyword is used to first search different categories in the SEED database for a perfect match (fast search) in the following order:

- Organisms

- Subsystem Names

- Feature IDs

- Aliases to Features

If a perfect match is found, it returns the page for that match in that category (e.g. if you search for Escherichia coli K12, the SeedViewer will load the Organism Page for that organism.

If no perfect match is found, it will search the following categories using an infix search (meaning that the keyword can be part of an organism, functional role etc.):

- Functional Roles

- Organisms

- Subsystem Names

- Feature Annotations

The infix search may take a while. You will get a page that lists all search results for your search.

Special features

If your page has a defined genome (e.g. Organism Page, Annotation Page), you can type in a number and it will open the Annotation page for the feature ending with that number. This is helpful if you want to browse through Annotation pages of many features in a genome.