Issue 840: is M+Na precursor being handled properly in display of split graphs and heat maps, and is it being used properly in SONAR extraction?

issues
Status:closed
Assigned To:Guest
Type:Defect
Area:Skyline
Priority:3
Milestone: 
Opened:2021-10-12 by Brian Pratt
Changed:2021-10-13 by Brian Pratt
Resolved:2021-10-13 by Brian Pratt
Resolution:By Design
Closed:2021-10-13 by Brian Pratt
2021-10-12 Brian Pratt
Title»is M+Na precursor being handled properly in display of split graphs and heat maps, and is it being used properly in SONAR extraction?
Assigned To»Brian Pratt
Type»Defect
Area»Skyline
Priority»3
in the attached picture (data in my asms 2021 poster folder) note that M+Na shows up in the fragments part of split graph, and not at all in heat map. I also wonder if our SONAR filtering is being done right for that precursor.
 
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2021-10-13 Brian Pratt
resolve as By Design
Statusopen»resolved
False alarm, it was just a strangely constructed transition list with a fragment the user had named "precursor", and which had the parent molecular formula with adduct [M+Na]. That's still a fragment from Skyline's point of view so it was treating it as such.

2021-10-13 Brian Pratt
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Statusresolved»closed
Assigned ToBrian Pratt»Guest