GVis: A Scalable Visualization Framework for Genomic Data

@inproceedings{Hong2005GVisAS,
  title={GVis: A Scalable Visualization Framework for Genomic Data},
  author={Jin Hong and Dong Hyun Jeong and Chris Shaw and William Ribarsky and Mark Borodovsky and Chang Geun Song},
  booktitle={EuroVis},
  year={2005}
}
This paper describes a framework we have developed for the visual analysis of large-scale phylogeny hierarchies populated with the genomic data of various organisms. This framework allows the user to quickly browse the phylogeny hierarchy of organisms from the highest level down to the level of an individual genome for the desired organism of interest. Based on this framework, the user can initiate gene-finding and gene-matching analyses and view the resulting annotated coding potential graphs… CONTINUE READING

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