Using the Wash U Epigenome Browser to examine genome-wide sequencing data.

@article{Zhou2012UsingTW,
  title={Using the Wash U Epigenome Browser to examine genome-wide sequencing data.},
  author={Xin Zhou and Ting Wang},
  journal={Current protocols in bioinformatics},
  year={2012},
  volume={Chapter 10},
  pages={Unit10.10}
}
This unit describes the Wash U Epigenome Browser, a next-generation genomic data visualization system. The Browser currently hosts ENCODE and Roadmap Epigenomics data for human and model organisms. The Browser displays many sequencing-based data sets across all or part of the genome, on specific gene sets or pathways, and in the context of their metadata. Investigators can order, filter, aggregate, classify, and display data interactively based on given feature sets including metadata features… CONTINUE READING

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