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Old 01-22-2010, 05:53 AM   #1
simonandrews
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Lightbulb New release of SeqMonk (v0.8)

SeqMonk is a desktop software package designed to allow the analysis of large mapped sequence datasets on a normal PC. It provides a genome browser which allows you to explore your data against an annotated genome as well as tools to quantiate and filter your data to find regions of interest. It can be used for a variety of different types of experiment including ChIP-Seq, mRNA-Seq, 3/4C and many experiments based on resequencing.

A new version of SeqMonk (v0.8) has just been released. This release features:
  • A caching mode allowing the analysis of >200 million reads on a normal desktop PC
  • Better support for mRNA-Seq data
  • An improved method for peak finding for ChIP-Seq data

In addition to releasing the program we have also updated our SeqMonk training course documentation to cover the new features and also add some specific advice on the analysis of ChIP-Seq and mRNA-Seq data.

SeqMonk is free software and can be downloaded from:

http://www.bioinformatics.bbsrc.ac.uk/projects/seqmonk/

This page also has a link to the training material for the program.

[If you find that you still see the old version of the program (v0.7) at the above URL, press shift+refresh in your browser to force an update to the new page]
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