Issue 34: Add new support for ion highlighting options in spectral library graph

issues
Status:open
Assigned To:Brian Pratt
Type:Todo
Area:Skyline
Priority:3
Milestone:19.2
Opened:2011-07-07 by Brendan MacLean
Changed:2019-06-14 by Brian Pratt
Resolved:
Resolution:
Related:352
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2011-07-07 Brendan MacLean
Title»Add new support for ion highlighting options in spectral library graph
Assigned To»Brendan MacLean
Type»Todo
Area»Skyline
Priority»3
Milestone»1.2
From Pawel:
Currently, upon right mouse button click on a MSMS spectrum, one can tell Skyline to highlight a, b, c, x, y, z ions as well as a precursor ion. I would appreciate if two more ion types could be highlighted and dehighlighted in the same way, namely: neutral loss peaks and immonium ions.

Currently there is no support for immonium ions at all (and this has been reported in a separate post) and regarding neutral loss peaks, once the information about neutral loss has been added to the modification, neutral loss peaks are always highlighted in a MSMS spectrum and to dehighlight them one needs to remove them from the modification. It would be great if highlighting/dehighlithing of neutral loss peaks and immonium ions could be done simply upon right mouse click.

2011-07-07 Brendan MacLean
Assigned ToBrendan MacLean»saj9191@gmail.com
For the moment, lets just add the menu item that allows neutral loss ions to be turned on and off. We can come back to the immonium ions later.

2013-08-09 Brendan MacLean
Assigned Tosaj9191»kaipot@u.washington.edu

2013-08-09 Brendan MacLean
Milestone1.2»2.2

2014-01-08 Brendan MacLean
Milestone2.2»2.6

2014-08-28 Brendan MacLean
Milestone2.6»3.1
Also, could now show custom ions.

2017-06-12 Brendan MacLean
Related»352

2017-06-12 Brendan MacLean
Assigned Tokaipot@u.washington.edu»Brian Pratt
Milestone3.1»4.1
Just to get the two bugs assigned to the same place before going to Tobi, and because I think your recent focus on small molecule libraries make you the more appropriate person to lead this work, I am assigning this to you, Brian.

2019-06-14 Brian Pratt
Milestone4.1»19.2