Next-generation sequencing: adjusting to data overload

  title={Next-generation sequencing: adjusting to data overload},
  author={Monya Baker},
  journal={Nature Methods},
In 2005, Michael Schatz, then at The Inst itute for Genomic Research in Maryland, USA, felt justifiably proud of a computer program he wrote to visualize genomic data. ‘Hawkeye’ allowed researchers to survey a genome to weed out errors and confirm biological findings. Researchers could zoom from an overview of all the chromosomes down to the individually… CONTINUE READING