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The Generic Genome Browser (GBrowse) is a simple but highly
configurable web-based genome browser. It is a component of the
Generic Model Organism Systems Database project (GMOD).
- For a description of features and a demo, go to
- To install on your own system, please see the INSTALL file, or see
the nice online documentation at
- To learn how to use the system, please see docs/tutorial. After
installing on your system, the tutorial will also be available at
- To load your own data and configure GBrowse to display it,
run the command:
perldoc docs/pod/CONFIGURE_HOWTO.pod.
- To initialize the database from one or more Genbank records, run the
perldoc docs/pod/GENBANK_HOWTO.pod.
- This software is free. You can use it under the terms of the Perl
Artistic License Please. Please see DISCLAIMER for limitations of
warranty, the academic citation policy and other legalese.
Support is available from the discussion groups and mailing lists at
Lincoln Stein & the GMOD team
April 18, 2007
--- AUTHORS ---
This project has had many authors. Some of the most prominent are:
Scott Cain <>
Vsevolod (Simon) Ilyushchenko <>
Marc Logghe <>
Aaron Mackey <>
Sheldon McKay <>
Nathan O. Siemers <>
Lincoln Stein <>
Special thanks go to the authors of the translations, who include:
Franck Aniere <> (French)
Nansheng Chen <> (Chinese)
Toshiaki Katayama <> (Japanese)
Marc Logghe <> (Dutch)
Marco Mangone <> (Italian)
Linus Taejoon Kwon <linusben <at> bawi <dot> org> (Korean)
Marcela Tello-Ruiz <> (Spanish)
Gudmundur Thorisson <> (Icelandic)
Also, many thanks to Brian Osborne for his maintenance of the GMOD WIKI and documentation pages.
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