Report Pages

A report page can be viewed for any object - so every gene, protein, binding site, publication etc has it’s own report page. A report page allows you to view all the information available for a particular object and provides links to related objects.

Report page navigation

The tabs at the top of the page allow for quick navigation to the data you are interested in. The following image shows the tabs from a FlyMine gene report page:



Each report page starts with a summary section providing key details of the object you are viewing, such as names, identifiers and function:


Data displayers

Report pages provide information in a variety of formats depending on the data. They include summary tables of information, for example:


graphs of data, for example expression data:


and interactive viewers, for example protein interaction data:


Interacting with report pages

Most of the data displayed on report pages is interactive to some extent. Tables of data provide links to the related objects that they reference (see image above), bars on a graph are often links to additional information and the results of embedded template searches provide the Results Tables with their full functionality.



The report pages also show if the object you are viewing is present in any lists. The lists shown could be lists you have created yourself or public lists that are available to everyone (see Lists). In addition, you can add the object to any of your own lists.


Sequence information

If the object you are viewing has a sequence, you can access this in FASTA format from the summary section of the report page: Click on the FASTA button next to the Length. The sequence will open in a new tab.


Sharing a report page

Every report page has a share button. This provides the url you should use if you want to create a link to the page. The share button is found in the top section of report pages: