Part VI. Appendix

Table of Contents

A. Core plug-ins shipped with BASE
A.1. Core analysis plug-ins
A.2. Core export plug-ins
A.3. Core import plug-ins
A.3.1. Core batch import plug-ins
A.4. Core intensity plug-ins
A.5. Uncategorized core plug-ins
B. base.config reference
C. extended-properties.xml reference
D. Platforms and raw-data-types.xml reference
D.1. Default platforms and variants installed with BASE
D.2. raw-data-types.xml reference
E. web.xml reference
E.1. Content security policy
F. reference
G. reference
H. Other configuration files
H.1. mysql-queries.xml and postgres-queries.xml
H.3. hibernate.cfg.xml
H.4. ehcache.xml
I. API changes that may affect backwards compatibility
I.1. BASE 3.15 release
I.2. BASE 3.14 release
I.3. BASE 3.11 release
I.4. BASE 3.10 release
I.5. BASE 3.9 release
I.6. BASE 3.8 release
I.7. BASE 3.6 release
I.8. BASE 3.5 release
I.9. BASE 3.4 release
I.10. BASE 3.3 release
I.11. BASE 3.2 release
I.12. BASE 3.1 release
I.13. BASE 3.0 release
I.14. All BASE 2.x releases
J. Things to consider when updating an existing BASE installation
J.1. BASE 3.19
J.2. BASE 3.18
J.3. BASE 3.17
J.4. BASE 3.16
J.5. BASE 3.15
J.6. BASE 3.14
J.7. BASE 3.11.1
J.8. BASE 3.10
J.9. BASE 3.9
J.10. BASE 3.8
J.11. BASE 3.6
J.12. BASE 3.5
J.13. BASE 3.4
J.14. BASE 3.3.3
J.15. BASE 3.3
J.16. BASE 3.2
J.17. BASE 3.0
J.18. All BASE 2.x releases
K. File formats
K.1. The BFS (BASE File Set) format
K.1.1. The basics of BFS
Character encoding
Numerical values
Comments and white-space
Metadata files
Annotation files
Data files
K.1.2. Using BFS for spotdata to and from external plug-ins
The metadata file
Reporter and assay annotations
Data files
Importing spot data
K.2. The BASEfile format
K.2.1. To be done