Managing Next Generation Sequence Data with GMOD
Next generation sequencing is flooding many organizations with enormous amounts of genomic data. A single machine can now produce three billion base pair reads (the size of the human genome) every three days. Components from the GMOD Project (http://gmod.org) can help visualize, manage and annotate this deluge of data. We describe how to use GMOD tools to gain new insights with high-throughput sequence data.
Poster describes using high throughput sequencing with threespine stickleback populations and then visualizing the resulting allele and genotype frequencies (SNPs) using GBrowse. Also discusses Apollo and Chado.
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