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-Then click the ‘Move’ button in the middle. If the moving process takes some time, a progress dialog will pop up. It displays the name of the file being moved, the current transferring speed, and the remaining time for the this file. It also displays ​the current ​moving ​percentage ​progress for the current file in a progress bar. You can also choose to first copy the samples to the destination directory using the ‘Copy’ button, and then delete the original files using the right-click pop-up menu.  ​+Then click the ‘Move’ button in the middle. If the moving process takes some time, a progress dialog will pop up. It displays the name of the file being moved, the current transferring speed, and the remaining time for this file. It also displays ​an quantitative ​moving progress for the current file in a progress bar. You can also choose to first copy the samples to the destination directory using the ‘Copy’ button, and then delete the original files using the right-click pop-up menu.  ​
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   * ‘Samples included’ list: It is prepopulated with the names of the samples contained within the directory.   * ‘Samples included’ list: It is prepopulated with the names of the samples contained within the directory.
  
-After entering these information,​ you can click the ‘Create’ button. If the directory contains other contents other than *.tgz samples, a prompt dialog will appear to inquire whether you want to keep them. Answering no will directly delete them from the BGQ server. If the creating process takes some time, then a progress dialog will appear. The newly created sample set will appear under the ‘Isolated sample sets’ category of the scenario tree in the left panel.+After entering these information,​ you can click the ‘Create’ button. If the directory contains other contents other than samples, a prompt dialog will appear to inquire whether you want to keep them. Answering no will directly delete them from the BGQ server. If the creating process takes some time, then a progress dialog will appear. The newly created sample set will appear under the ‘Isolated sample sets’ category of the scenario tree in the left panel
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 +===== Add additional samples to a sample set ===== 
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 +If you wish to add more samples to an existing sample set that has not been processed, click the 'Add sample to sample set' menu item under the '​Scenarios'​ menu. In the popped-up dialog, select the directory on the server that contains the additional samples, then click the '​OK'​ button. Eventually a summary dialog will appear to indicate how many samples have been successfully added to the sample set.
  
 ===== Remove a sample set ===== ===== Remove a sample set =====
  
 To remove an existing sample set, first select it in the scenario tree in the left panel, then click the '​Remove sample set' menu item under the '​Scenarios'​ menu. If the sample set belongs to a scenario, then a prompt dialog will appear to inquire whether you also want to delete the contents on the BGQ server. If you answer yes, then all the files of this sample set will also be deleted from your account; if you answer no, then the sample set will only be dissociated from the scenario and moved under the '​Isolated sample sets' category. If this is already an isolated sample set, then it will be directly removed (i.e. the physical files on the server will also be deleted). To remove an existing sample set, first select it in the scenario tree in the left panel, then click the '​Remove sample set' menu item under the '​Scenarios'​ menu. If the sample set belongs to a scenario, then a prompt dialog will appear to inquire whether you also want to delete the contents on the BGQ server. If you answer yes, then all the files of this sample set will also be deleted from your account; if you answer no, then the sample set will only be dissociated from the scenario and moved under the '​Isolated sample sets' category. If this is already an isolated sample set, then it will be directly removed (i.e. the physical files on the server will also be deleted).
main/bgqcreateasampleset.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/09 20:12 by rlu45