Creating analysis tables from a Registry schema

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Use Registry and Result schema data to create an analysis table. Visit Creating an analysis for information on creating a new analysis.

Note: This feature is currently in limited availability. If you don’t have access to the new Analysis feature, contact Customer Support to request access.

Create an analysis table

  1. Click Add analysis table in the main view.
  2. Select the “From Registry schema” option in the menu.
  3. Select a Registry schema to start from. This will pull all entities from the selected schema into the dataset.
    • Apply filters to narrow down the entities that are pulled into the table.
  4. Select the columns to include in the table.
    • Entity links on the schema can be expanded to allow linked schema data to be pulled into the table.
  5. Click Add Results to add Results that are recorded against entities in the selected Registry schema.
    • If there is more than one field on the Result schema that could link to the Registry schema, a dropdown will appear to specify which field of the Result schema that you want to join on.
    • Selecting Only include latest results will pull the latest result captured per entity into the dataset, whereas Include all results will include all result data captured against the entity.

Additional notes

  • Up to 50,000 rows of data can be created.
  • This method of table creation queries Benchling’s core database, and therefore does not have any sync latency.
  • Note that when multi-select fields or related results with >1 value are selected, the data is split across multiple rows. Linked data is joined via a “left join”. To re-aggregate data in downstream analyses, we recommend selecting the “id” column when needed.
  • The created table is a snapshot of the data returned from the executed query. The dataset does not update over time.

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