Issue 597: Users would like to be able to tile all chromatograms in a scrollable pane for ease of inspection

Status:closed
Assigned To:Guest
Type:Todo
Area:Skyline
Priority:3
Milestone:4.2
Opened:2018-09-05 by Brian Pratt
Changed:2018-10-16 by Brendan MacLean
Resolved:2018-10-16 by Brendan MacLean
Resolution:Won't Fix
Related:520
Closed:2018-10-16 by Brendan MacLean
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2018-09-05 Brian Pratt
Title»Users would like to be able to tile all chromatograms in a scrollable pane for ease of inspection
Assigned ToGuest»Brendan MacLean
Type»Todo
Area»Skyline
Priority»3
Milestone»4.2
I've had this request a few times in conversations, and most recently from Hans Vissers at Waters in this email thread:

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Hi Brian,

Yes, that sounds like useful large scale data review functionality for Skyline users.

Thanks and best regards,

Hans

 -----Brian Pratt <bspratt@proteinms.net> wrote: -----

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 To: Hans Vissers <Hans_Vissers@waters.com>
 From: Brian Pratt <bspratt@proteinms.net>
 Date: 09/05/2018 05:08AM
 Cc: Kaylee Xu <Kaylee_Xu@waters.com>, HuiQin Zhong <HuiQin_Zhong@waters.com>
 Subject: Re: grid display chromatograms
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   Hi Hans,

Would a 3 x N grid in a scrollable window work?

Thanks

Brian

On Thu, Aug 30, 2018 at 11:29 PM, Hans Vissers <Hans_Vissers@waters.com>
wrote:

> Hi Brian,
>
> A quick question from my Chinese colleagues in cc. Would it be possible to
> organise chromatograms in lets say a 3 x 2 grid and then have to option to
> move/migrate to the next set of 3 x 2 results in the instance of large
> scale experiments comprising many results. Thanks.
>
> Hope all is well.
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Hans
>
> *Hans Vissers*
>
> * Senior Consultant Scientist*
> *Scientific Operations*

2018-10-16 Brendan MacLean
resolve as Won't Fix
Statusopen»resolved
Assigned ToBrendan MacLean»Brian Pratt
Related»520
This seems like a stretch to implement. I think we will stick with a simpler keyboard command to advance all panes for now and encourage people to learn the various existing keyboard shortcuts for advancing through panes.

2018-10-16 Brendan MacLean
close
Statusresolved»closed
Assigned ToBrian Pratt»Guest