NO - Get a valid user name and password from here.
YES - Restart your browser and try login again. If the problem persists please contact us.
NO - Follow step (4).
YES - Follow step (4)a.
NO - Please accept the java security certificate by clicking the "yes" button on it.
NO - Please attach a valid input file
YES - Follow step (7).
Input file should be prepared in an ASCII text editor such as notepad on windows platform or gedit, pico or vi on various UNIX platforms, but not in MS-Word, MS-Excel, Star Office or Open Office that creates a binary file. If your input data is in MS-Word, MS-Excel or in any format other than ".txt", then you can open your input data file, click on "File" at the top left corner, and then select the "Save As" option. A dialog box will open up and you need to change the "Save as type" option to "Text File (*.txt)". This will save your data file to a simple ASCII text format. You can resubmit this ASCII file to Onto-Express.
YES - Follow step (8).
The identifiers in the input file should be a subset of the identifiers in the reference array file.
If the user cannot find her array in the list, she can select "My own chip". In this case, the user also needs to submit the file that contains the list of all the identifiers on the array in the same format as the input file.
YES - Follow step (9).
Version 1 users follow step (10).
YES - Follow step (11).
The user selects the input type that the input file contains, by clicking on the appropriate radio button. The input type "Wormbase Accession" should only be used when the organism selected is Caenorhabditis elegans.
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Please open your java console, copy the messages displayed on it and send us the errors.
Please follow the link here, for how to open java console.
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