I would like to visualize gene fusions in a way that illustrates the gene structure (primarily exons) of belonging to the normal gene partners and how they are joined to form the fusion (similar to the figure below). For a few events, I could draw this manually, but I'd like to create figures for hundreds of fusion events. Are there free or commercial tools available for this? I know people have typically visualized fusion events in IGV or using circos plots (e.g. FusionAnalyser), but this is not exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks.
To answer my own question, here are two promising tools for visualizing gene structure:
I'm interested in handy visualization tools, and I'm eager to see what ends up working for your. But I also wanted to comment so I can find this later. It's another example of a nice little project for some student to generate with real-world value.
I am also interested in visualizing fusion genes the way you depicted in your example for TMPRSS2-ERG.
Please share your solution, if you have found one.