All information pertaining the BioNumerics database. This includes import of descriptive information about strains, accession or biological samples (commonly referred to as entries in BioNumerics), modifications to the database layout and setup, entry selections, user management, etc.

Building automated decision and action workflows

Decision networks in BioNumerics should be seen as a construction kit that allows you to build your own automated decision or action work flows, with practically endless possibilities. They can be used to make decisions, predict features, perform queries, fill in fields, create graphs and plots, and much more. In this tutorial you will learn how to create these work flows in a BioNumerics Seven database.

Creating charts

This tutorial illustrates how to create some of the most commonly used chart types in a BioNumerics database, and how to alter the layout of a chart.

Partition mapping

When a set of organisms is classified by more than one system, the question arises as to how the classification systems relate to each other. This is what the partition mapping tool is designed for in BioNumerics: to compare the outcome of two classification systems and to predict the classification of one technique based upon the results from another technique. In this tutorial some of the features of this partition mapping tool are illustrated using a sample data set.

Geographical mapping of data

This tutorial illustrates how you can plot your entries from within BioNumerics on Google Maps and how you can change the layout of the obtained plots.

Creating new fields in a PostgreSQL database

When I try to create a new entry information field, I receive the error message: “ERROR: function usp_getautonm(unknown) does not exist; Error while executing query”. I am using a PostgreSQL connected database.


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