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In this step we will examine our data graphs. As you saw in the previous step, graphs are selected within the grid customizer but are not shown by default.

Note that graphs shown in LabKey are recreated from the Flow data using a different analysis engine than FlowJo uses. They are intended to give a rough 'gut check' of accuracy of the data and gating applied, but may show differences from the original graphs.

Review Graphs

  • Return to the grid you customized (if you navigated away): from the Flow Tutorial page, in the Flow Analyses web part, click Analysis then ADemoWorkspace.wsp to return to the grid.
  • Select Show Graphs > Inline.
  • The inline graphs are rendered. Remember we had selected 4 graphs; each row of the data grid now has an accompanying set of 4 graphs interleaved between them.
    • Note: for large datasets, it may take some time for all graphs to render. Some metrics may not have graphs for every row.
  • Three graph size options are available at the top of the data table. The default is medium.
  • When viewing medium or small graphs, clicking on any graph image will show it in the large size.
  • See thumbnail graphs in columns alongside other data by selecting Show Graphs > Thumbnail.
  • Hovering over a thumbnail graph will pop forward the same large format as in the inline view.
  • Hide graphs by selecting Show Graphs > None.

See a similar online example.

Review Other Information

The following pages provide other views and visualizations of the flow data.

  • Scroll down to the bottom of the ADemoWorkspace.wsp page.
  • Click Show Compensation to view the compensation matrix. In this example workspace, the graphs are not available, but you can see what compensated and uncompensated graphs would look like in a different dataset by clicking here.
  • Go back in the browser.
  • Click Experiment Run Graph and then choose the tab Graph Detail View to see a graphical version of this experiment run.

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