I'm glad you solved it.
Understood on the reviewer question. We too would love to get something
reliable, secure, and as-fully-as-possible for both anonymous and
On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 8:44 AM, Loraine Guéguen <
Sorry for answering so late: I was waiting to see if my solution was
satisfying. It seems to be ; therefore I don't need the patch (thanks for
you offer !).
To enable the phylogeny visualization (with Archaeopteryx), I added an
html output dataset with links to open each tree created by the tool
Nevertheless, I voted for the trello card, because basic workflow usage
and visualization would be useful in anonymous mode.
To answer your question: to my mind, reviewers want to stay anonymous and
don't want to create an account.
Le 08/01/2015 16:50, Carl Eberhard a écrit :
It isn't possible currently without modifying the code for your
If you'd like I can provide a patch file that can be applied which will
allow the visualization button (and the link to phyloviz) to be displayed
for an anonymous user. This may, however, make it difficult to update at a
later date and cause problems if the user tries to save or do user-related
functions in the visualization. Let me know if you'd like that patch.
I don't have a good answer for your anonymous reviewer problem. If I
understand correctly, allowing them to be anonymous would be much easier
for them than logging in?
In the long run we may be able to make a version of workflows and
visualizations that can be used by anonymous users (they likely wouldn't be
fully-featured). This is currently on our list here:
. Please feel free to add thoughts,
suggestions, and your vote for priority.
Thanks for the information,
On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 4:25 AM, Loraine Guéguen <
> Hi Carl,
> Thanks for your answer.
> I need a tool to visualize a phyloxml file (like phyloviz). No need for
> saving or publishing, only to open the phyloxml file with a visualisator
> through Galaxy. It is not possible ?
> Visualization, and also workflow, in anonymous mode would be useful to us
> in other cases in the future, typically for the reviewers to be able to
> test submitted tools or pipelines.
> Le 05/01/2015 15:54, Carl Eberhard a écrit :
> Hi, Loraine
> At this time there is no way to activate visualizations for anonymous
> users. The logged-in user data is required by most visualizations for some
> features to work (e.g. saving visualizations, publishing, etc.).
> In the future, it might be possible to de-couple these systems and
> provide what your looking for on a case-by-case basis. Which visualization
> would you want to be available? Trackster, Charts, or a local/custom
> On Mon, Dec 22, 2014 at 10:00 AM, Loraine Guéguen <
> loraine.gueguen(a)sb-roscoff.fr> wrote:
>> I'd like to use the visualization in anonymous mode, but the visualize
>> icon on the dataset is not available in anonymous mode (although it works
>> fine when connected).
>> Is it possible to activate the dataset visualization in anonymous mode ?
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