Arun Aggarwal and LBL is working with Richard Durbin and Simon Kelley at
Cambridge to develop a much more general, user-configurable, multi-map
display module that will allow users to specify arbitrary "columns" of
multiple maps. It should be able to support the kind of functionality Brad
Sherman suggests his recent posting (below). For a more complete
see the subsequent news item reporting Richard's recent visit to LBL.
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In article <2nqbn4$qr1 at overload.lbl.gov>, bks at s27w007.pswfs.gov (Bradley K.
>>> A pleasant addition to ACEDB would be a display that
> simultaneouly shows all of the linkage groups (a.k.a.
> chromosomes) in a genetic map. Possible features might
>> * click on a linkage group to go to the gMap for that group
> * display members of a gene family
> * show related QTL's
>> Just a suggestion,
> Bradley K. Sherman P.O. Box 245
> Computer Scientist Berkeley, CA, 94701
> Dendrome Project 510-559-6437 FAX: 510-559-6440
> Institute of Forest Genetics Internet: bks at s27w007.pswfs.gov