[BiO BB] Re: [Biodevelopers] visualization tools

Suresh Swaminathan isakti at hathway.com
Wed Aug 13 03:05:05 EDT 2003

Dear Zheng Fu,

We have a Visualization software called Gene Picker, which is a proof of

Gene Picker is a web based tool that is developed to display Genetic
Information in an easy to use graphical format. The objective is to enable
the scientist to access Genetic information archived in a back end database
through a graphical representation. This would enable the scientist to
quickly seek and retrieve data useful to the research he is conducting. The
basic search is done using a standard querying format of entering the text
string into the search field and the relevant gene / intron is retrieved.
The retrieved sequence is a text string of varying length and comprises the
four nucleotides.

Gene Picker is web based and is developed on open source platform. The main
feature of Gene Picker is that it can be customized to a specific
representation requirement of the Scientist. The application is scalable in
that it can handle a huge volume of data and represent each retrieved
sequence graphically and enable the end user to view all the annotations and
enter annotations of their own. In a typical commercial deployment, more
powerful search engines would be used to access data from multiple public
and proprietary databases.

If you would be interested , we could send you more details on Gene Picker
and also give you a secured Login and password ,which you could browse
through the application and get the feel of it.

Looking forward to here from you,

Warm Regards,

Suresh Swaminathan
Sakti Group NY

----- Original Message -----
From: "Zheng Fu" <zfu at cs.ucr.edu>
To: <biodevelopers at bioinformatics.org>
Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 5:28 AM
Subject: [Biodevelopers] visualization tools

> Hello everyone,
> Does anyone knows any visualization tool for visualize the gene position?
> Thank you so much.
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