visualization

Moment of awe at the BioJS Hackathon in Munich 4-9th August 2014

Upcoming Release of BioJS 2.0

Following on from our very successful BioJS Hackathon in Munich (week 4-9th August 2014), we are happy to announce the development of BioJS 2.0. Our intention is to have BioJS 2.0 released by the end of the year, accompanied by the appropriate migration guide and resources. Importantly, existing […]

myKaryoView Paper Out

As of October 26th 2011, a paper about the myKaryoView tool has been published in PLoS One. myKaryoView is a genome browser specifically designed for visualization of Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) personal genetic data. We look forward to receiving feedback from users visualizing their own personal genomes and developers willing […]

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