Let us know if this can be of use to the community, I'm sure others would
find it useful as well.
On Jan 17, 2013, at 11:33 AM, Adam Witney wrote:
> Thanks Chris. I hadn't seen SynBrowse before, looks good.
> But I would like to do this without all the database/webserver overhead,
I have a perl script that can interact with a gbrowse_syn database to
generate images ie no webserver, I just need to separate out the database
> Thanks again
> On 17/01/2013 13:37, Fields, Christopher J wrote:
>> Gbrowse_syn, SynBrowse, and others can do this, but there isn't a
pre-packaged way of drawing this that I know of analogous to Biopython's.
It would be nice to have, though.
>> On Jan 17, 2013, at 5:45 AM, Adam Witney wrote:
>>> I would like to produces graphics as shown in this section (cross
linking between genome tracks) [scroll down a little to see the pictures]:
>>> but using perl. Can Bio::Graphics do this? I can only find Gbrowse_syn,
but this works within a web browser, I would like to generate these
diagrams from a stand alone script. If not does anyone know any perl
libraries that can be used to show genome comparisons?
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