Shamsher is correct, Trackster is a great choice for viewing data.
The Galaxy Track Browser (aka Trackster) has several new features and
more coming up in the next few weeks at the Main instance. This tutorial
covers a basic RNA-seq analysis that includes visualization:
And this wiki explains the details. One brand new feature (undocumented)
allows a custom genome to be used in fasta format from your history
(same basic instructions as in the wiki for a custom genome browser
creation, but use the fasta file instead of a .len file). So whether
your genome is native to Galaxy, or UCSC, or not, Trackster can display
multiple tracks at full chromosome or zoomed view with user-defined
Hopefully this will work out for you!
On 11/9/11 9:37 AM, Alessia D wrote:
How do people on this mailing list usually visualize Tophat and/or
Cufflinks results (eg. tracks on UCSC browser)?
I have only this once before, and I started with a .wig file that I
uploaded to the genome browser, however it looks like Tophat does not
give any .wig file in the output. Suggestions?
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