May 26, 2016
If you’re not already using JBrowse to view all your favorite S. cerevisiae genes…you should be! SGD’s JBrowse is a quick and easy way to browse through the information-rich yeast genome. Using JBrowse, you can visualize spatial relationships between genes, locate SGD annotations throughout the yeast genome, and align chromosomal features to hundreds of experimental data sets.
Our upcoming webinar on June 1st will provide a short 15-minute tutorial on the basics of JBrowse. We will demonstrate how to navigate the genome with JBrowse, locate your favorite genes or chromosomal features, and visualize experimental data with data tracks. Whether you’re an experienced GBrowse user looking to try JBrowse for the first time, or someone new to genome browsing as a whole, this webinar is sure to help you get started.
If you are interested in attending this event, please register using this online form: http://bit.ly/SGDwebinar3
This is the third episode of the SGD Webinar Series. For more information on the SGD Webinar Series, please visit our wiki page: SGD Webinar Series.
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