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SGD iPhone/Pod/Pad app

kkarra@stanford.edu

SGD has just released an app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch ap(p)tly called "YeastGenome", containing the latest Saccharomyces cerevisiae information from the database, available now as a free download on iTunes. Search by gene names, gene descriptions or simply browse for quick access to Gene Ontology annotations, mutant phenotypes and protein and genetic interaction data for your favorite genes - all at your fingertips! 

For details, please visit..


Visit iTunes or use this link to download..
   

WebServices with YeastMine backend are used to retrieve detailed information as one drills down.

-Kalpana


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Re: SGD iPhone/Pod/Pad app

Todd Harris
Fantastic!  Is there any data carried on board with the app or is it entirely drawn from the web service?

Todd

On May 16, 2012, at 1:34 PM, Kalpana Karra <[hidden email]> wrote:

SGD has just released an app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch ap(p)tly called "YeastGenome", containing the latest Saccharomyces cerevisiae information from the database, available now as a free download on iTunes. Search by gene names, gene descriptions or simply browse for quick access to Gene Ontology annotations, mutant phenotypes and protein and genetic interaction data for your favorite genes - all at your fingertips! 

For details, please visit..


Visit iTunes or use this link to download..
   

WebServices with YeastMine backend are used to retrieve detailed information as one drills down.

-Kalpana


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Re: SGD iPhone/Pod/Pad app

Edith Wong
Currently, the basic feature information such as standard and systematic names, feature type, description, chromosomal location is stored initially in the local database.  So it can be used without an internet connection for some information.  All other information (gene ontology, phenotype, interaction, reference) is drawn from webservices initially.   Any information that is retrieved by the app will be stored in the local database.  In the next update, we'll likely store more initial information in the local database.

Edith

On May 16, 2012, at 1:49 PM, Todd Harris wrote:

Fantastic!  Is there any data carried on board with the app or is it entirely drawn from the web service?

Todd

On May 16, 2012, at 1:34 PM, Kalpana Karra <[hidden email]> wrote:

SGD has just released an app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch ap(p)tly called "YeastGenome", containing the latest Saccharomyces cerevisiae information from the database, available now as a free download on iTunes. Search by gene names, gene descriptions or simply browse for quick access to Gene Ontology annotations, mutant phenotypes and protein and genetic interaction data for your favorite genes - all at your fingertips! 

For details, please visit..


Visit iTunes or use this link to download..
   

WebServices with YeastMine backend are used to retrieve detailed information as one drills down.

-Kalpana



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