[seqfan] Re: Submission suggestion
Alonso Del Arte
alonso.delarte at gmail.com
Sat Nov 5 18:35:22 CET 2011
I partially agree with you. A reprimand is uncalled for if all the term
data is correct. But there needs to be some sort of explanation for
removing data, as well as the opportunity to include more terms when
commonsense calls for it (e.g., if the first difference from another
sequence doesn't show up until the fifth line).
For that reason, I like to make a pink box comment to the effect of:
"Removed terms are correct but best left to a B-file."
On Sat, Nov 5, 2011 at 1:21 PM, David Wilson <davidwwilson at comcast.net>wrote:
> Not too long ago, I submitted a sequence. Apparently I submitted more than
> 260 characters of term data, and was reprimanded by a reviewer for having
> done so.
> IMHO, this should be a non-issue for the submitter. The submission page
> should automatically format the terms to database standards. This would
> include dropping terms if necessary to stay within formatting limits, and
> whatever formatting magic has to be done with very large terms. The page
> should warn the user that submitted terms might be trimmed from the
> database entry.
> If entries have to be trimmed, and there is no existing or submitted
> b-file, perhaps the submitted terms could be automatically formatted into a
> new b-file.
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