QuickFind Core Plugin Test Cases

Preconditions

Test Case ID

Instructions

Expected Results

Date Executed

Pass/Fail

1. Start Cytoscape
2. Import a network file (eg. galFiltered.sif)

QF1.1

Enter text into the search field on the Tool bar and press Enter

If the search term is found it should be highlighted and zoomed the view panel should zoom in

QF1.2

With text in the search field click on the triangle tab at the end of the field

A list of similar terms to the text entered in the search field should appear

QF1.3

Enter irrelevant text into the search field

The field should be highlighted red and the drop down menu should display the search term followed by 0 hits

QF2.1

Select the Configure search options and then click cancel

The dialog box should disappear and settings should remain the same

QF2.2

1. Select the Configure search options, then click on the Node or Edge radio buttons and change the Selected attribute and click Apply
2. Enter text appropriate for the new search parameters

The search configuration box should disappear and the drop down menu should contain the corresponding style of suggestions to the search parameters. The term entered should highlight the object in the graph

Table Import Core Plugin Test Cases

Preconditions

Test Case ID

Instructions

Expected Results

Date Executed

Pass/Fail

1. Start Cytoscape
2. File → Import network from Table (eg. SampleHumanNetwork.xlsx Note: This file can also be found in the testData directory.)

TI1

1.Before pressing Import, select the Show Text File Import Options (under the Advanced heading)
2. Ensure that the preview options are working by changing the radio button to Show First and then enter 5 entries
3. Press the refresh preview button

The preview box should reflect the changes made to the Preview Options and should now show only the first 5 entries in the file

TI2

1. Repeat step 1 from TI1
2. Click on the Transfer first line as attribute names check box

The bolded cells at the top of each column that were labeled Column 1, Column 2 etc should now contain the contents of the 1st row of the table (eg. Gene, Interaction)

TI3

1. In the Interaction Definition box select column 1 from the drop down menu for Source Interaction and select Column three from the menu for Target Interaction
2. Click Import taking note of the contents of the Default interaction field
3. Select the newly created network from the network tab and click the Edge Attribute Browser
4. Select an edge

Every edge selected should display the Default interaction type between the two nodes (eg. pp). Repeat steps 1-4, but change the Default interaction (eg. cc)

TI4

1. Repeat step 1 from TI1 bit do not designate a file to upload yet
2. Click the Show all entries radio button under Preview Options
3. Select a file to upload

This should work normally, but if the known bug is still present a message appears: File is broken or empty!

TI5

1. In the Interaction definition box select column 1 from the drop down menu for Source Interaction
2. Repeat step 1 from TI1

A graph containing only the genes listed in the Source Interaction column should appear (with no edges)

SBML Reader Core Plugin Test Cases

Preconditions

Test Case ID

Instructions

Expected Results

Date Executed

Pass/Fail

1. Start Cytoscape
2. Import a network file (eg.EcoliSBML.sbml)

SR1

A network should appear in the viewing panel and the results panel should contain a visual legend of the features in the graph

yFiles Layouts Core Plugin Test Cases

Preconditions

Test Case ID

Instructions

Expected Results

Date Executed

Pass/Fail

1. Start Cytoscape
2. Import a network file (eg. galFiltered.sif)

YL1

Select Layout from the toolbar → yFiles → Circular

Graph should appear in a circular layout

YF2

Select Layout from the toolbar → yFiles → Organic

Graph should appear with highly connected nodes clustered and less connected nodes further away

YF3

Select Layout from the toolbar → yFiles → Hierarchic

Graph should resemble a family tree (especially apparent for hierarchic rankings

YF4

Select Layout from the toolbar → yFiles → Random

Graph should appear with random node placement

YF5

Select Layout from the toolbar → yFiles → Mirror X

Current graph should be an X-axis inversion of its previous layout

YF6

Select Layout from the toolbar → yFiles → Mirror Y

Current graph should be an Y-axis inversion of its previous layout

YF7

Select Layout from the toolbar → yFiles → Orthogonal

Nodes and edges should generate polygonal arrangements with right angles

Master Test Plan/Core Plugins Test Cases/QuickFind_TestCases (last edited 2010-02-22 17:55:52 by JohannesRuscheinski)

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