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(Brent has updated Gobe's visualization to use translucent wedges for connecting regions of sequence similarity, and a host of other improvements.)
(Brent has updated Gobe's visualization to use translucent wedges for connecting regions of sequence similarity, and a host of other improvements.)
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===Brent has updated Gobe's visualization to use translucent wedges for connecting regions of sequence similarity, and a host of other improvements.===
 
===Brent has updated Gobe's visualization to use translucent wedges for connecting regions of sequence similarity, and a host of other improvements.===
[[Image:Gobe-new-vis.png|thumb|center|600px|New translucent wedges for linking regions of sequence similarity.  Results can be recreated [http://tinyurl.com/lywu23 here].]]
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[[Image:gobe-new.png|thumb|400px|New visualization of gobe]]
 
[[Image:gobe-new.png|thumb|400px|New visualization of gobe]]

Revision as of 01:20, 1 August 2009

Brent has updated Gobe's visualization to use translucent wedges for connecting regions of sequence similarity, and a host of other improvements.

New translucent wedges for linking regions of sequence similarity. Results can be recreated here.
New visualization of gobe
Old visualization of gobe


Gobe is the name for the interface for GEvo that allows users interact with sequence alignments from multiple genomic regions. Gobe is written in Flash and requires the latest version of Adobe's Flash Player to work. Gobe allows uses to select regions of sequence similarity and will draw lines connecting those regions in order to identify and characterize patterns of genome evolution such as synteny, inversions, duplications, transpositions, insertions, and deletions. Gobe can be downloaded here.

Gobe is written and maintained by Brent Pedersen.