Gaggle Genome Browser
What is it?
The Gaggle Genome Browser is an open source software tool for visualizing high-density data plotted against coordinates on the genome. Tiling arrays, ChIP-chip, and high-throughput sequencing are a few potential use-cases. The genome browser is designed to gracefully handle large datasets, allow easy import of user data, and interoperate with other bioinformatics tools through the Gaggle framework.
Launch demo genome browser with Halobacterium salinarum tiling array and ChIP-chip data.
Other web start packages containing prepackaged data from H. salinarum can be found on the Halo Gaggle page.
Bacillus anthracis RNA-seq data from Structure and complexity of a bacterial transcriptome.
DNA binding locations of CTCF and STAG1 in Human.
Help is available on several aspects of the genome browser:
For questions and support contact the Gaggle mailing lists.
Bugs / Feature requests
Please submit bugs and feature requests to our issue tracker. Anyone can create an account.
Source code is available from our subversion repository. Please contact us to submit patches or contribute code.
...check out more applications of GGB and screenshots.
Integration and visualization of systems biology data in context of the genome
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