Create a visualization report

  1. On the Analyses tab, click Overview, then select one or more analyses that you want to visualize in Ion Reporter™ Genomic Viewer.
  2. Click Actions > Visualize.

    The visualization of the data are viewable in the IRGV tab of the Analysis Visualization screen. For example, a visualization can include a copy number histogram for each analysis, ploidy maps for selected chromosomes or chromosome regions, and karyograms that show copy number gains and losses.

    1. Generate Report for the visualization

    For six or more analyses results, the whole genome Karyo View cannot show Gain and Loss data segments.

  3. Click Generate Report.
  4. In the Select Visualization Report Template dialog box, choose a predesigned report template or create a new report template.

    A preview of the report is shown. You can customize the report.

  5. Drag the title of the graphics and data that you want to include in the report from the Available Sections into the Visualization Report preview.
  6. Enter an organization name for the visualization report. Enter any other relevant information.
  7. In the Sign-Off section, enter the name and title for a handwritten signature, then click Add. Repeat this step to add the information for all additional required signatures, until all designated signers are added.
  8. When you are satisfied with the design of the visualization report, click Next.

    A preview of the PDF report opens. If you need to change the report sections before publishing, click Configuration to go back to the previous screen.

  9. Click Actions > Download PDF to download the published report.

The report is downloaded to the location used for downloads from the browser. This location depends on your browser settings.

Note: When you generate a visualization report, the analysis is not locked.