If you wanted to implement fancier tiling and display for tiff, the
extension point for this would be in the datatype's display_data method.
You can use this to do whatever you'd like, displaying an intermediate
page with relevant code for tiling, etc. See datatypes/tabular.py's
display_data method for an example of the chunking tabular display.
On Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 12:59 PM, Robert Baertsch <baertsch(a)soe.ucsc.edu>wrote:
I was planning to use server code to tile the large images and then
work without extensions . Jim did this with visigene in the genome browser
On Dec 3, 2013, at 9:16 AM, Carl Eberhard <carlfeberhard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
As far as I know, all browsers besides Safari aren't set up to render tiff
files by default. Are you using Safari to display the files in Galaxy?
There are extensions for Firefox and Chrome that will allow you to display
these files. Would that be an option?
As a side note: creating, saving, and manipulating images and thumbnails
would require Galaxy including a server side image processing library as a
dependency. I'd like to do this at some point in the future as it would
allow us other advantages too.
On Thu, Nov 21, 2013 at 4:17 PM, Robert Baertsch <baertsch(a)soe.ucsc.edu>wrote:
> Do you know a fast way to open large tiff files in galaxy ? The sniffer
> recognizes the type, but clicking on the eyeball on a large 82mb file just
> Downloading the file and opening in preview does work but it is clunky.
> Perhaps storing a low res version that would be display when clicking the
> eyeball would speed access.
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