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Tutorial: exploring structural variation using JBrowse, from the tomato 150+ re-seq project

We recently used JBrowse in the 150 Tomato Genome ReSequencing project, and it worked great! The aim of the 150 Tomato Genome ReSequencing project (http://www.tomatogenome.net) is to reveal and explore the genetic variation available in tomato. Tomato has been selected … Continue reading

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hg19 tarball updated to JBrowse 1.2.1

A new tar.gz file is available, containing a copy of JBrowse 1.2.1  with Human hg19 data.  Being based on a more recent version of JBrowse, it should work much better than the previous hg19 tarball releases.  Enjoy! The new file … Continue reading

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hg19 tarball updated

Chris Tandiono reported a bug in the hg19 tarball, and supplied a script to fix the problem.  The tarball has now been updated with the fix; you can download the new version here: http://jbrowse.org/releases/hg19mini-2.tar.gz The bug prevented name/id searching from … Continue reading

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JBrowse tarball for hg19 human genome data

Something we get asked for a lot is data releases: tarballs of JBrowse JSON pre-generated from widely-used datasets, ready for you to plonk on your webserver, unzip, and serve to the world (perhaps after adding your own tracks, or making … Continue reading

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