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SVS track visualization

asked 2012-09-26 16:09:58 -0700

Richard Straub gravatar image

Can I create tracks in SVS and have those loaded into GenomeBrowse?

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answered 2012-09-26 16:18:52 -0700

Yes, probe tacks, gene tracks, etc. can all be created in SVS and loaded into GenomeBrowse for visualization. Any tracks created from SVS will be in IDF format which is one of the file formats supported by GenomeBrowse. You can find instruction for creating annotation tracks from SVS inside the online manual at the following link. (http://doc.goldenhelix.com/SVS/latest/exporting_data.html#saving-as-an-annotation-track)

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