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Uploading documents/data_files related to project/investigation/study (and not just to assays) #106

ablejec opened this issue Nov 20, 2019 · 2 comments


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@ablejec ablejec commented Nov 20, 2019

At the moment documents/data_files can be associated only with assays (and projects, but are not connected with the project directly).

Usually we have also the files (documents/data_files) that are relevant for other levels, e.g. STUDY_METADATA (or INVESTIGATION_METADATA) files, reports, presentations that are relevant at the upper level.

I propose to implement the posibility to link uploaded files directly to any of layers (projects/investigations/studies) and not only to assays. This feature would help the users to organize files in a more structured way. This feature should be possible in both, browser and API.



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@alaninmcr alaninmcr commented Nov 27, 2019

I do not understand this issue. documents and data_files are "owned" by a project and then referenced by one of more assays.

I agree that there is a need to be able to associate documents etc. with investigations and studies.


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@ablejec ablejec commented Nov 28, 2019

This is what I meant.

When a document or data_file is created (with API), only assay is allowed as a relationship (in addition to project). I am asking for possibility to relate it to investigation or study, or to none of isa, if it is related only to the project (e.g. project metadata file). For example, in the tree view, investigaton has only studies as branches, But I would also like to have documents/data_files.

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