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[bioontology-support] Feedback

Trish Whetzel whetzel at
Mon Dec 14 10:38:16 PST 2009

Thanks for the suggestions, they have both been added as feature  


On Dec 14, 2009, at 9:52 AM, Christian Pich wrote:

> Hi Trish,
> I see, e.g. if you expand the 'anatomical compartment' on the left  
> legend the sub-terms are displayed underneath which is good. And I  
> can click on each one and the detail for it appears. I guess I  
> expected the sub-terms (why do you call them 'Sub Class'?) listed on  
> the 'anatomical compartment' detail pane on the right to be links to  
> the detail of each of the sub-terms. Might be good to add those  
> links to make navigation through the ontology more user-friendly.
> Also, I noted that the detail page entries are moving around when  
> clicking to another detail page. E.g. when on the 'anatomical  
> compartment' detail page and then I click on 'anterior compartment'  
> the second column with the values for 'ID, Comment, Xref, etc.' move  
> farther to the right. It would be nice to keep the formatting to  
> minimize distraction to the eye.
> Just some suggestions,
> Thanks.
> Christian
> Trish Whetzel wrote:
>> Hi Christian,
>> A request has been submitted to remove the screen transition effect.
>> All terms do have a separate details page that can be displayed by  
>> clicking on the term in the tree hierarchy. Is there another page  
>> that these terms are expected to be displayed on?
>> Trish
>> On Dec 11, 2009, at 2:08 PM, admin at wrote:
>>> Name : Christian Pich
>>> Email : cmpich at
>>> Comment:
>>> On the spatial ontology page
>>> it is quite annoying to fade in and out the screen when you click  
>>> on a link. It is fun for the first time to watch but after the  
>>> third time it is just distracting. You want to give a smooth  
>>> transition as much as possible.
>>> Also, why are sub-classes - i.e. terms under a major root term -  
>>> not listed on a separate page. E.g. Anatomical compartments has 5  
>>> sub-classes = terms = children, right?
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