Aridhia

18/03/2014 - 31/07/2014

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A prototype visualisation which demonstrated the advantages of dynamic representations of genomes over standard static diagrams was developed. This used the d3 library to allow interactive layering of different information sets over a circos style representation of an example data set. Parts of the diagram could be expanded to show greater detail and shrunk back when not required.
Aridhia is a Innovation Award project funded by SFC IV. Carried out in collaboration with Aridhia and others. For further information please refer to .
 
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Project Team

Dr Martin Graham
(not currently an institute member)
Jessie Kennedy
Dean of Research and Innovation
j.kennedy@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2772

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