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PATCH of version 1.0.0

Changes:

  • Fixed DFI for Single Time series
  • Fixed DEA for Single Time series
  • FEA now has the option to select all the features in one click
  • RBPs feature now are showed in Transcript View
  • GO annotation has been updated (February 01, 2021).
  • Miscellaneous changes.
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PATCH of version 1.0.0.

Changes:

  • Fixed DFI for Single Time Series.
  • Fixed DPA for Single Time Series.
  • Fixed UTRL for Single Time Series.
  • Miscellaneous changes.
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PATCH of version 1.0.0.

Changes:

  • Now, tappAS can manage projects without coding transcripts.
  • Faster insertion of TranscriptInformation if it is not present in the GFF3.
  • Fixed DFI for Time series and Gene visualization.
  • Updated GO annotation (December 08, 2020).
  • Miscellaneous changes.
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PATCH of version 1.0.0.

Changes:

  • Fixed label position in FDA summary graphics.
  • Fixed bug in DPA heatmap.
  • Fixed bug in UTR lengthening analysis.
  • Updated GO annotation (October, 2020).
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PATCH of version 1.0.0.

Changes:

  • Fixed bug in DFI summary plots that prevented prevented correct detection of Transcript and Protein annotation categories.
  • Fixed minor bug in DIU analysis arising when proportion filtering of minor isoforms was used.
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PATCH of version 1.0.0.

Changes:

  • Fixed DFI bug when running analysis on low number of annotations.
  • Updated GO annotation (July 16, 2020).
  • Miscellaneous changes.
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PATCH of version 1.0.0.

Changes:

  • Fixed bug in DFI analysis for Multiple Time Course designs.
  • Updated contact page.
  • GO annotation has been updated (May 2, 2020).
  • Miscellaneous changes.
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tappAS first public non-beta release (v1.0.0). See https://app.tappas.org/downloads/ for details.

Note: this version was used to generate results and method descriptions in the published manuscript.