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Curious to know what is involved in becoming a GMOD user and creating a GMOD based web site? You can now read the GMOD User Story, an article about ParameciumDB's experience with implementing GMOD. The article describes what GMOD components ParameciumDB uses and how they connect them together. ParameciumDB uses several GMOD components, including Chado, GMODWeb, Apollo, and GBrowse. Please contact Linda Sperling <> if you have questions about GMOD at ParameciumDB.

This is the first of a series of articles on how different organizations use GMOD components to achieve their goals. User stories will give readers a feel for what implementation choices are involved and which ones each organization made. If you are interested in describing your experience with GMOD, please consider creating a user story page for your project. You can just start writing (this is a wiki!) or contact the GMOD Help Desk for assistance. If we aren't swamped with volunteers, then I will be asking (cajoling?) several not-so-randomly picked projects to write user stories describing their experiences. I'm hoping to have a new story every other month or so.


Dave Clements
GMOD Help Desk

Posted to the GMOD News on 2008/03/18