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JBrowse is a genome browser with an [[Glossary#AJAX|AJAX]]-based interface.  JBrowse renders most tracks using client side JavaScript and [[Glossary#JSON|JSON]] as its data transfer format.  JBrowse is currently under development by the Ian Holmes Lab at UC Berkeley.  It is expected to have a production release in 2009.  Most development has been done by Mitch Skinner.  JBrowse was formerly known as ''GBrowse 3''.  However, this name was changed to JBrowse to avoid confusion: JBrowse is an alternative to [[GBrowse]], not a successor.
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JBrowse is a genome browser with an [[Glossary#AJAX|AJAX]]-based interface.  JBrowse renders most tracks using client side JavaScript and [[Glossary#JSON|JSON]] as its data transfer format.  JBrowse is the official successor to [[GBrowse]].
  
 
== Demo ==
 
== Demo ==

Revision as of 19:14, 12 March 2010

JBrowse is a genome browser with an AJAX-based interface. JBrowse renders most tracks using client side JavaScript and JSON as its data transfer format. JBrowse is the official successor to GBrowse.

Demo

D. melanogaster

Requirements

  • From CPAN:
    • BioPerl 1.6
    • JSON
    • JSON::XS (optional, for speed)
  • libpng

Documentation

Presentations

Downloads

From GitHub.

Screenshots

JBrowseShot2.png

Demo screenshot from 2009/03/24, showing region of Drosophila melanogaster 2R.

Mailing List

Contact