GSEA v2.0.2 Release Notes

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Release 2.0.2 supports password protection of the GSEA ftp site. This entails no user-visible change to the GSEA application.<br />
Release 2.0.2 supports password protection of the GSEA ftp site. This entails no user-visible change to the GSEA application.<br />
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All chip annotation and MSigDB gene set files remain freely available from the <a href="http://www.broad.mit.edu/gsea/downloads.jsp">Downloads</a> page of the GSEA web site.<br />
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All chip annotation and MSigDB gene set files remain freely available from the [http://www.broad.mit.edu/gsea/downloads.jsp Downloads] page of the GSEA web site.<br />
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<strong>Note: </strong>User-created scripts that access files from the GSEA ftp site (for example, batch jobs that execute the GSEA command line) will now prompt the user to enter the password for the ftp site. To avoid the prompt, download the required files from the <a href="http://www.broad.mit.edu/gsea/downloads.jsp">Downloads</a> page of the GSEA web site and have the scripts reference the downloaded files. Alternatively, contact the GSEA team for the ftp site password.
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<strong>Note: </strong>User-created scripts that access files from the GSEA ftp site (for example, batch jobs that execute the GSEA command line) will now prompt the user to enter the password for the ftp site. To avoid the prompt, download the required files from the [http://www.broad.mit.edu/gsea/downloads.jsp Downloads] page of the GSEA web site and have the scripts reference the downloaded files. Alternatively, contact the GSEA team for the ftp site password.

Current revision as of 07:14, 25 September 2016

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Release 2.0.2 supports password protection of the GSEA ftp site. This entails no user-visible change to the GSEA application.

All chip annotation and MSigDB gene set files remain freely available from the Downloads page of the GSEA web site.

Note: User-created scripts that access files from the GSEA ftp site (for example, batch jobs that execute the GSEA command line) will now prompt the user to enter the password for the ftp site. To avoid the prompt, download the required files from the Downloads page of the GSEA web site and have the scripts reference the downloaded files. Alternatively, contact the GSEA team for the ftp site password.

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