The Quilt catalog renders previews of the following file types. Whenever possible, Quilt streams the smallest possible subset of the data needed to generate the preview.
Previews are supported for uncompressed files as well as for gzip archives (.gz).
Quilt can display any plaintext file format, including the following.
- Most programming languages, with syntax highlighting (.cpp, .json, .js, .py, .sh, .sql, etc.)
- Biological file formats (.bed, .cef, .gff, .fasta, .fastq, .sam, .pdbqt, .vcf, etc.)
- Text files (.csv, .md, .readme, .tsv, .txt, etc.)
The following file formats are supported:
- Mol files (.mol, .mol2, .sdf)
- Excel (.xls, .xlsx)
- FCS Flow Cytometry files (.fcs)
- Images (.gif, .jpg, .png, .tif, .tiff, etc.)
- Media (.mp4, .webm, .flac, .m2t, .mp3, .mp4, .ogg, .ts, .tsa, .tsv, .wav)
- .ipynb (Jupyter and Voila dashboards)
To enable "permissive" visualizations, check the
report.htmlis a file that includes a publicly available JS library and custom embedded script.
report.htmlgenerates a new session
- 3.The file is served from the iframe relative-path
- 4.All relative media and scripts are rendered in the same iframe relative-path format:
./img.jpgis served as
script.jsis served as
All files in the same package are made temporarily publicly-available (for lifetime of the session) under
/temporary-session-id, even if not explicitly referenced in