On the Results page, you will be able to see all your saved results (after using the Run & save button). Each row stores both the query and its results.

General information

Result information can be found for each row :

  • Creation data: The creation time of this result
  • Exec time: The running time of the linked query
  • Status: Current status of the query
    • Possible values are 'Success', 'Queued', 'Started', 'Failure' and 'Deleting'
  • Rows: Number of rows in the result
  • Size: Size of the result file


Each description can be customized by clicking on the field, and entering the desired value. You can use this to identify the query related to this result.


Don't forget to save your new description using Enter


The description will be displayed on the main page if you transform this query in a template or form.

Templates and forms

You can use the available toggle buttons if you wish to create a template or form.


Form creation is restricted to administrators. The related query must also be a form-able query.


The 'Public' toggle is available if you are an administrator. If will automatically create a public form (if the result is form-able), or a template. They will be accessible to all users from the main page.


Make sure to set a custom description (and customize your form, if relevant) to help users understand your template/form.


Several actions are also available for each result :


Preview directly re-launch the related query, and print a preview of the results. The preview will be shown under the results table.


Clicking on Download will let you download a CSV file containing the results.


Clicking on Form will let you customize the related form display.


Only available for administator and form-able results.


Clicking on Redo will let you directly replay the query from the query interface. It will be in the exact same state as when you clicked on Run & save.


Only available results generated from the query interface.


Clicking on Sparql will redirect you to the SPARQL console. You will be able to browse the SPARQL code generated by your query.


Depending on your AskOmics configuration, you might be able to directly customize the query and launch it from the console.

SPARQL query generated by AskOmics


To delete one or more results, simply select them in the table, and use the "Delete" button at the bottom of the table.


This will delete any template or form generated from the result.