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The Apollo genome editor is a Java-based application for browsing and annotating genomic sequences. There are currently two branches of Apollo, one primarily used for genome browsing and maintained at Ensembl, and the other primarily used for genome annotation and maintained at the Berkeley Bioinformatics and Open Source Projects. The latter is part of the GMOD project. WebApollo is intended as a successor to Apollo, and is currently under development.
Demo & Screenshots
See this screenshot.
JDK 1.5 or higher.
- Apollo userguide
- A comprehensive guide to installing and using Apollo.
- Apollo Tutorial
- The Apollo session from the 2009 GMOD Summer Schools.
- Apollo: a sequence annotation editor
- The original Apollo publication.
- Apollo tutorials at the Dynamic Gene web site.
- Flash based tutorials on how to use Apollo, using rice as an example. Sections of particular interest are
- Community Annotation at ParameciumDB - Linda Sperling's presentation on ParameciumDB's Community Annotation process at the November 2007 GMOD Meeting.
- Progress Report - from May 2005 GMOD Meeting
- Future Plans - from April 2004 GMOD Meeting
- Progress Report - from September 2003 GMOD Meeting
- Progress Report - from May 2003 GMOD Meeting
Development / Bug Tracking
|Mailing List Link||Description||Archive(s)|
|Apollo and WebApollo||apollo||Apollo and WebApollo mailing list||Gmane (2008/04-2010/10), Nabble (2010/05+)|
|gmod-apollo-cmts||Apollo and WebApollo code updates.|
Apollo executables for several platforms (Windows, Mac Os X, Linux, Solaris and generic Unix) are available from the Apollo web site.
Off the top of the heads of the attendees of the November 2007 GMOD Meeting. Sorted by version.
- SFSU (Smith)