Create a final report template workflow preset

You can predefine a final report template as an Ion Reporter™ Software workflow preset. The final report template can then be added to an analysis workflow.

Note: The options that you can add to a final report template with a template workflow preset are limited. You can also create a more flexible report template from your analysis results. For more information, see Create a report template.

  1. In the Workflows tab, click Presets.
  2. Click Create Preset > Final Report Template.
  3. Complete the Create Final Report Template dialog box.
    1. (Required) Enter a name for the report template.
    2. (Optional) Enter a description.
    3. (Optional) Enter an organization name.
    4. (Optional) Enter the organization address.
    5. (Optional) To add a logo to the report header, click Upload . In the Upload Header Logo dialog box, click Select File to browse to, then select your logo file. Acceptable formats are: PNG, GIF, and JPG.
    6. Complete the sections that are to be included in the report template, or click the Exclude to remove the section from the report template:

      Section

      Description

      Background (Optional)

      Enter background information describing the purpose of the report that will be generated by the analysis workflow.

      Analysis Information (Optional)

      This section provides summary information about the analysis that was run. Information includes the Ion Reporter™ Software version number, report generation date, name of person who launched the report, the analysis workflow used, the name of person who analyzed the data, a list of annotations, the date the information was imported, reference information, and the name and version of any copy number baseline that is used.

      Samples Overview (Optional)

      This section provides detailed information about each sample used in the analysis. Information includes the sample attributes that are included in the Samples table when the data is viewed in Ion Reporter™ Software.

      QC Metrics (Optional)

      This section provides coverage metrics for hotspots, amplicons, and genes. For a complete list of the metrics that are included, see Quality Control (QC) report contents.

      You can also view and download these metrics in a separate report. For more information, see View a Quality Control (QC) report.

      The QC Metrics section is available in Ion Reporter™ Software 5.12 or later.

      Reported Variants (Optional)

      If included, select the columns of data to include in the report, then drag-and-drop the selected columns to configure the sort order on the report.

      This section generates a table of reported variants, and includes columns of variant details that you select.

      Variant Details (Optional)

      This section provides details about the occurrence of each of the reported variants in the samples. Information includes the name and description of variants, and which samples they came from. In addition, it lists annotations and notes for each variant.

      Comments (Optional)

      This section displays an open text field in the report where notes can be entered before publishing the report.

      Sign–Off (Optional)

      This section provides lines with the name and qualifications of people who are required to provide a handwritten signature for the report.

      Enter the name and title for a handwritten signature, then click Add. Continue to add the information for all additional required signatures, until all designated signers are added.

      Disclaimer (Optional)

      This section provides a customizable legal disclaimer that is placed at the end of the report.

      If your organization requires a legal disclaimer on the report, enter the text of a legal disclaimer that you want to appear.

  4. Click Save to create your report template preset.
  5. Add your report template to an analysis workflow.

    For more information, see Add a report template to an analysis workflow.

  6. Launch an analysis from your analysis workflow.

    For more information, see Launch an analysis.