This is version 2.x.x-dev of EDGE Bioinformatics, a product of Los Alamos National Laboratory, Naval Medical Research Center, and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
EDGE is a highly adaptable bioinformatics platform that allows laboratories to quickly analyze and interpret genomic sequence data. The bioinformatics platform allows users to address a wide range of use cases including assay validation and the characterization of novel biological threats, clinical samples, and complex environmental samples.
To demo EDGE, go to https://bioedge.lanl.gov/ or https://edgebioinformatics.org/ and follow the "GUI" instructions from our documentation, found at https://edge.readthedocs.org/en/latest/introduction.html. It is also linked at the bottom of the EDGE homepage.
Support: The EDGE user's group is a Google group for users and developers: email@example.com
Po-E Li, Chien-Chi Lo, Joseph J. Anderson, Karen W. Davenport, Kimberly A. Bishop-Lilly, Yan Xu, Sanaa Ahmed, Shihai Feng, Vishwesh P. Mokashi, Patrick S.G. Chain; Enabling the democratization of the genomics revolution with a fully integrated web-based bioinformatics platform, Nucleic Acids Research, Volume 45, Issue 1, 9 January 2017, Pages 67–80, https://doi.org/10.1093/nar/gkw1027
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