This week has been quite busy here at OpenHelix and the U.S. For the tip of this week, as we do occasionally, I’m going to highlight a short tutorial tip done by someone else. This week’s is one done by the developers of RGD and showing the uses of the GViewer. This tutorial is at SciVee, as the description states:
The rat genome comes to life through the use of the Gviewer tool. This video will show you how to use this helpful tool within the RGD website at http://rgd.mcw.edu/. Genes, QTLs, and species syntenies of interest can all be visualized with ease as the Gviewer zooms in and navigates through the rat genome with a few clicks.