SHARE Site Specimens
This package, sharesite.specimens, provides specimen search and retrieval for the Sinai-Helmsley Alliances for Research Excellence (SHARE).
Use zc.buildout and the plone.recipe.zope2instance recipe to manage your project, adding this package as an egg. You don’t need a ZCML slug because it uses z3c.autoinclude.plugin with the Plone target.
What follows is a log of changes from release to release. Where issue identifiers appear, you can find more about them by visiting this project’s issue tracker at TBD.
Thanks to Heather Kincaid we’ve got a better way to figure out what the specimen collection type really is for the New Cedars-Sinai specimens, so this release fixes that. In addition, Heather noticed that we already have specimens (via UNC) for “Mass Gen”, so the specimens we added as “MGH” should be “Mass Gen”.
This release adds some Cedars-Sinai specimens, but not the ones that were removed in 1.0.7; these are different Cedars-Sinai specimens, allegedly. It also adds MGH specimens.
This release removes the specimens from Cedars-Sinai. Apparently they were already included from the UNC specimens loaded back in 1.0.0.
This release adds the specimens dumped out of Cedars-Sinai.
This release changes the labels of “protocol ID” to “participant ID”. It also really removes commas from years.
This release removes the comma from years in specimen collection pages.
This release fixes the spelling of Crohn’s Disease. (It previously appeared as “Chron’s Disease”.)
This releases add the specimen collection type (blood) and ethnicity to the faceted selectors as well as the results table.
This release adds the protocol ID as a column heading on specimens faceted listing.
Initial, released release.
Initial, unreleased release.
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