Category Archives: Sites using JBrowse

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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Poliovirus / XRate demo by Oscar Westesson

Oscar Westesson has contributed a nice demonstration of using JBrowse 1.2.1 to display and compare performance of four different XRate grammars on the poliovirus genome. View demo Download .zip (35M) Thanks Oscar!

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Personal genomics website using JBrowse

The folks over at genomesunzipped.org are trying an interesting experiment in personal genomics. A group of experts in fields related to personal genomics are analysing their own genomes (via 23andMe) and making all the results available online. Naturally they chose … Continue reading

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