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{{ {{{template}}} | name = WebApollo | full_name = | status = mature | dev = active | support = active | type = Community annotation | os_web = y | logo = ApolloLogo.png | home = | about = WebApollo is a browser-based sequence annotation application for distributed community annotation. It provides similar functionality to Apollo in a client-server web-based environment.

Our overall goal is to develop a lightweight Web 2.0 infrastructure that will offer easy-to-use tools for collaborative genome annotation that allows users to view, create, and edit genomic annotations in a graphical environment. This includes the design and implementation of:

  1. a web-browser-based version of Apollo built on top of JBrowse
  2. full support for two-way client-server exchange of genome annotations
  3. an annotation tracking system designed to support collaborative genome research projects

This work is supported by an NIH grant (Lewis R01 GM080203). | screenshot = | public_server = | dl = | dl_url = http://icebox.lbl.gov/webapollo/releases/ | dl_src = JBrowse client source on github

| dl_src_url = | dl_dev = | dl_dev_url = | getting_started_preamble = | req = | install = Instructions for installation and configuration of WebApollo on a server. | config = | doc =

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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.

| logo_info = The WebApollo logo was created by Audra Radke, a participant in the Spring 2010 Logo Program, while a design student at Linn-Benton Community College. | dev_ppl = The WebApollo project is a collaboration between Suzanna Lewis's group at LBNL (the Berkeley Bioinformatics Open-source Projects group, or BBOP), the JBrowse project in Ian Holmes' group at Berkeley, and Chris Elsik's group at University of Missouri.

The personnel involved in WebApollo are: Suzanna Lewis (PI, LBNL); Ian Holmes (PI, UC Berkeley); Chris Elsik (PI, University of Missouri); Rob Buels (UC Berkeley); Chris Childers (University of Missouri); Gregg Helt (LBNL); Ed Lee (LBNL); Monica Munoz-Torres (LBNL); Justin Reese (University of Missouri); Mitch Skinner (UC Berkeley) (Emeritus - developed first version of JBrowse); and Nomi Harris (LBNL) (Emeritus).

| dev_status = | contact_email = elee@berkeleybop.org | input = | output = | see_also = | demo_server = *Demo (Bos taurus genome) | survey_link = }}