Features included in LabKey Server 13.2:
- Study publication enhancements. Refresh data in published studies. Publish hidden datasets. Mask participant ids in lists when publishing.
- Protected health information management. Import alternate ids and date offsets.
- Data management. Improved delete behavior when browsing datasets.
- REDCap integration. Integrate REDCap clinical data with other data in LabKey Server.
- Improved navigation. Popup navigation menu for projects and folders.
- Specimen aliquots. Support for vial aliquoting.
- Improved specimen workflow: Improved request customization. Faceted filtering panel. Support for tissues. Improved specimen import/export.
- Editable specimen records. User interface for editing specimen records.
- Knitr. Create dynamic R reports by interweaving R code in HTML or Markdown pages.
- Time Charts. Improved scaling and trellising.
- Thumbnails. Autogenerate thumbnails for charts.
- (Affymetrix) Support for Affymetrix assay. Track file, sample, and other metadata for Affymetrix GeneTitan data. The data is available for downstream analysis in R or other tools.
- (Luminex) Reruns and titration exclusion. Exclude a full titration's data at once, and easily re-import corrected data.
- (NAb) Improved metadata upload. Single file upload for data and metadata in high throughput NAb assays.
- (Targeted Mass Spec) Search. Improved search by modification.
- (Targeted Mass Spec) Chromatogram Library folder type. Build collections of reference chromatograms for proteins and peptides for designing future targeted assays.
- Improved assay file import. Improved rename behavior when importing multiple files of the same name.
- Assay data archiving. Automatic archiving of files for deleted assay runs.
- Dataset and query rename. Renamed queries and datasets are updated in custom views, reports, and query snapshots.
- Reporting API. New GetData client API lets developers chain grouping, aggregation, filtering, and more to extract data.
- Attachment field. Attachments are supported in file-based module assays.