Blog: Which genome browser to use for my data?
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5 weeks ago by
Juke-343.3k
Sweden
Juke-343.3k wrote:

I found out this document reviewing seven genome browsers, selected (arbitrarily) for their notoriety and their complementarity: Artemis​, ​GIVE​, ​IGB​, ​IGV​, ​Jbrowse​, ​Tablet,​ ​UCSC Genome Browser​.

I liked it and wanted to share with the Biostars community.

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5 weeks ago by
segato.felipe20 wrote:

That's a great document. Thanks for sharing!

Just to add to this, I like the WashU Epigenome Browser (http://epigenomegateway.wustl.edu/browser/) to visualize interaction data (HiC, HiChIP, etc)

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4 weeks ago by
dariober11k
WCIP | Glasgow | UK
dariober11k wrote:

Thanks for sharing! Partly as a shameless plug... I wrote ASCIIGenome because it covers a need that none of the others satisfies: It runs on the terminal without graphical interface. Since I work almost exclusively on remote servers, a graphical interface would be painfully slow for me (and more often than not I find GUIs quite annoying anyway).

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