Just getting started and want a quick overview of how to navigate GenomeBrowse? Check out our video tutorials! We'll cover the basics of adding BAM files and public annotations, how to zoom, and get you familiar with the plot controls.
Getting Started with GenomeBrowse
Uploaded: April 24, 2014
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|1||Log-in and Register||0:28||This video goes over how to register and log-in to GenomeBrowse.|
|2||Workspace||0:49||There are several areas of the GenomeBrowse workspace including toolbars, views, and windows.|
|3||Add Dialog||2:23||The Add Dialog allows you to add local BAM files, stream annotation tracks, and get example samples.|
|4||Annotation Convert Source Wizard||2:25||The Convert Source Wizard converts various annotation file types to TSF files.|
|5||Navigation Controls||1:16||Navigating in GenomeBrowse is intuitive and simple. Find out the many ways to explore your data!|
|6||Insertions, Deletions, and Mismatches||0:48||This video highlights what you are seeing in the Plot View and how to get more information.|
|7||Moving and Deleting Plots||0:27||Moving and deleting plots is demonstrated in this segment.|
|8||Changing How Your Data Displays||1:12||You can change colors, titles, and pile-up renderings in GenomeBrowse.|
|9||Evernote||2:47||Evernote provides cloud-based documentation for your projects. Save images, links, and attachements and share them easily with your colleagues.|
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