Wiki widgets are tools to support narrative content. Embedded
Tables can enable quick access to
Files of highest importance and orient users to the resources contained in a collaborative project.
Tables accept queries of existing
File Views, providing a strategy to restrict scope and focus content.
The Views page provides steps to list
Tables. This will be the content embedded in the
Project can contain multiple studies, various assays and extensive
Files, obscuring relevant data under a large file hierarchy. For this use case, an individual assay type is meant to be accessible from the
Wiki, as the assay-relevant data is a subset of a broader study. The objective of highlighting .fastq and .bam rnaSeq files in an embedded
Table is to provide an analyst a clear path to access files for reproducible studies.
This study contains rnaSeq and SNP genomic data, as depicted in the fileview scope below. The scope can be further restricted to rnaSeq-specific data with additional queries on the embedded
Table query is required to embed a
Table. As the fileview is a combination of multiple assay types from a single study, the query must be restricted to isolate relevant rnaSeq entries. Additionally, columns visible can be limited to ensure only imperitive information is visible in the
SELECT id,currentVersion,fileFormat,assay,genomeBuild,modifiedOn FROM syn17097374 WHERE "assay" = 'rnaSeq' AND "fileFormat" = 'bam' OR "fileFormat" = 'fastq'
Navigate to Wiki Tools to Edit Project Wiki or to Folder Tools to Edit Folder Wiki. From the edit
Wiki view, select Insert and Table:Query on a Synapse Table/View to insert the intended
File View query. The result is a direct link to relevant files from a
Wiki page with narrative content to provide additional context.