Aligning genomic data is a fundamental but difficult (NP-hard) problem in Biology. We developed Phylo, a casual video game which solutions are used to compare genomes. In this project, we implemented a complete gaming framework and an API for human-computing video games in genomics. Come help solve science through playing games!
I want to contribute!
That is awesome! Just fork the project on github. Create a topic branch, write some code and let us know! Click here to jump to Getting Started
No worries if you cannot code, check out this page instead http://phylo.cs.mcgill.ca/contribute
I want to leave a feedback!
We love to hear from you, you can post it at https://github.com/McGill-CSB/PHYLO/issues
Principal Investigator (Media and scientific contact) : Jerome Waldispuhl - email@example.com
Lead Developer / UX (Technical Inquiries) : @AlfredKam - firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
PHYLO is released under the McGill - License, which has been specifically designed for human-computing and crowdsourcing software developments. Learn more at https://github.com/McGill-CSB/PHYLO/blob/master/McGill-LICENCE.txt
Copyright (2012) McGill University, Alfred Kam, Jerome Waldispuhl and other contributors.
Its great you want to contribute - general flow
1. Fork it
2. Create your feature branch
3. Commit your changes
4. Push to your feature branch
5. Create a pull request
Please refer to our docs page for more info https://github.com/McGill-CSB/PHYLO/blob/master/docs/README.md
Current version supports most major browsers (except IE 6-8) and tablet browsers with screen size bigger than 1024px * 768px. Tablets have their own custome UX
For legacy code that was dedicated to the mobile phones, please visit the archive branch.