JavaScript is necessary to ensure proper function of this web-site and associated software. Please enable JavaScript in your browser or add this site to your trusted zone. How to generate MINOMICS chromosome maps. This tutorial shows how to generate a new genome map from previously uploaded data sources. A higher resolution video can be accessed Adding experimental data to be visualized with MINOMICS. This tutorial demonstrates the addition of data to the MINOMICS software via the Add2DB tool in FG-WEB. The user can access Add2DB via the 'Add data to the database' button in the MINOMICS introduction page. The data has to be provided in a tab-delimited text format. Multiple data types can be added in a single run of Add2DB. This tutorial specifically shows how to add DNA microarray datasets. File formats for other data-types can be obtained from the MINOMICS results pages. A higher resolution video can be accessed Adding a new organism to MINOMICS. This tutorial demonstrates how to add a new organism to the MINOMICS software via the Add2DB tool in FG-WEB. A higher resolution video can be accessed How to navigate MINOMICS chromosome maps. This tutorial shows users how to navigate the genome map using the build in web-interface. It shows how to perform basic navigation and zoom operations in the maps. Furthermore, it demonstrates moving to specific genome coordinates, and searching for specific gene(s). A higher resolution video can be accessed How to save views of MINOMICS chromosome maps. This tutorial deals with saving chromosome maps to bitmap (png) and vector (svg) images. The png images can be generated at publication grade resolutions (up to 600 dpi.). The SVG vector images can be loaded into vector image manipulation software, such as , where the images can be modified and converted to even higher resolution images. Chromosome maps can be saved by either using the 'Save' button or the 'S' key. A higher resolution video can be accessed How to change the MINOMICS chromosome maps. The genome maps generated by MINOMICS can be modified by using the options button in the right corner of the screen. The options pane allows researchers to change the colors of visualized experimental data. The log2 of the experimental values has been taken in the visualization to ensure that the values are centered around 0. Therefore, the experimental value used for the strongest color of 1.3 at 11 seconds in the video corresponds to an experimental measurement of 2.46 (2 Experiments and annotations can be re-ordered or removed from the visualization by means of dragging the elements with the mouse. When elements are dragged below the empty bar, they are removed from the map. A higher resolution video can be accessed in order to play the video(s) above Adobe Flash should be installed on your computer. The newest version can be obtained from the Source.


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