FlowJo v9 Manual


HTML Output - Batch to Web

Although printing will remain the dominant way to summarize analyses for some time to come, there are times when being able to write direct to web pages can make it easier to share, publish or archive your experimental results. At the very least, this gives you the opportunity to check a lot of data, and determine what is worth printing. And the trend seems undeniable; over time, more and more of what today is printed will tomorrow be posted.

When your layout is complete and you are ready to iterate through the current group, click the Batch button at the top right of the Layout editor. This opens the Make Batch Report dialog shown at right. Select the Web Report button then the Create button at the bottom. You will be asked for a name and location for your Web page. You can create a new folder or FlowJo will make one using the name of the Layout. It will contain the HTML page file and the graphic files that the page will display. Navigate to the new folder, click on index.html and your browser will display the batch report.

You can also make a batch report Web page from the Print Preview Dialog. As before, click the Batch button in the layout editor. On the Make Batch Report dialog select Preview instead of Web Report.

Once your Print Preview is generated, select the spider web button (Number One) to create a Web page batch report like the one above. You will be prompted to give the name and location of a folder which will hold the HTML text file and the JPEG image files which combine to form the web page.

The Print Preview window will create a different format of web page depending on what mode it is in. In the Tiled Report mode, it will produce a web page containing an embedded image for each frame of the batch. If you select the Animation button (Number Two) the index.html file will contain an embedded QuickTime movie. The generated pages are editable in text processors or web authoring programs if further customization is required.

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