Apollo

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Status
  • Mature release
  • Development: inactive
  • Support: active


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Resources


About Apollo

Please be aware that Berkeley Bioinformatics Open-Source Projects (BBOP) is no longer developing the desktop version of Apollo and that support for its use has been discontinued. Apollo is a GUI (graphical user interface)-based tool for editing genome annotations. Like GBrowse, Apollo allows users to scroll and zoom in on areas of interest in a sequence; authorized users can edit annotations and write the changes back to the underlying database. Apollo can run off GFF3 or a Chado database, and it can also integrate with remote services, such as BLAST and Primer BLAST analyses. Apollo is a standalone Java application.


Visit the Apollo website.


Downloads

Apollo executables for several platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris and generic Unix) are available from the Apollo web site. The Apollo source code (only needed if you plan to modify Apollo) is available from SourceForge via SVN.

Using Apollo

A comprehensive guide to installing and using Apollo is available from the Apollo user guide.

System Requirements

Apollo requires JDK 1.5 or higher.

Installation

Installation instructions are available from the Apollo website.

Documentation

Publications, Tutorials, and Presentations

Publications on or mentioning Apollo

  • Apollo: a community resource for genome annotation editing. PMID:19439563 [1]
  • Apollo: a sequence annotation editor. PMID:12537571 [2] PDF

Tutorials

Apollo Tutorial 2011
The Apollo session from the 2011 GMOD Spring Training
Apollo Tutorial 2010
The Apollo session from the 2010 GMOD Summer School - Americas.
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
  • Annotation - how to use Apollo
  • Resources - how to download sample data and install Apollo on an MS Windows system.
Apollo user guide
The current user guide, which has comprehensive instructions for installation and usage of Apollo.

Presentations

Contacts and Mailing Lists

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.
Please submit bug reports to the Apollo bug tracker at Sourceforge.


Apollo Development

Current status

Active development of Apollo has ceased; the focus has shifted to WebApollo, a web-based version of the tool.

More on Apollo

See Category:Apollo

The Apollo logo was created by Audra Radke, a participant in the Spring 2010 Logo Program, while a design student at Linn-Benton Community College.

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Facts about "Apollo"RDF feed
Available on platformlinux +, unix + and os x +
Date published2009 + and 2002 +
Has DOI10.1093/bioinformatics/btp314 +
Has PMCIDPMC2705230 + and PMC151184 +
Has PMID19439563 + and 12537571 +
Has URLhttps://sourceforge.net/projects/gmod/files/Apollo/ + and http://genomearchitect.org/desktop-apollo +
Has authorLee E +, Harris N +, Gibson M +, Chetty R +, Lewis S +, Lewis SE +, Searle SM +, Lyer V +, Richter J +, Wiel C +, Bayraktaroglir L +, Birney E +, Crosby MA +, Kaminker JS +, Matthews BB +, Prochnik SE +, Smithy CD +, Tupy JL +, Rubin GM +, Misra S +, Mungall CJ + and Clamp ME +
Has descriptionPlease be awarePlease be aware that Berkeley Bioinformatics Open-Source Projects (BBOP) is no longer developing the desktop version of Apollo and that support for its use has been discontinued. Apollo is a GUI (graphical user interface)-based tool for editing genome annotations. Like GBrowse, Apollo allows users to scroll and zoom in on areas of interest in a sequence; authorized users can edit annotations and write the changes back to the underlying database. Apollo can run off GFF3 or a Chado database, and it can also integrate with remote services, such as BLAST and Primer BLAST analyses. Apollo is a standalone Java application.. Apollo is a standalone Java application. +
Has development statusinactive +
Has logoApolloLogo.png +
Has publication detailsBioinformatics (Oxford, England) 25: 1836-7 + and Genome biology 3: RESEARCH0082 +
Has software maturity statusmature +
Has support statusactive +
Has titleApollo: a community resource for genome annotation editing. + and Apollo: a sequence annotation editor. +
Has topicApollo +
Is open sourceYes +
Link typedownload +, source code + and website +
Published inBioinformatics (Oxford, England) + and Genome biology +
Release date2002 +
Written in languageJava +
Has subobjectThis property is a special property in this wiki.Apollo#https://sourceforge.net/projects/gmod/files/Apollo/ + and Apollo#http://genomearchitect.org/desktop-apollo +