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  • New reference for IGV?

    Hi broadIT,

    I would very much like to use IGV from Broad, but only shortcoming I have is our reference genome is not listed there. Looks like I have to ask them to integrate the GTF files of our reference for us to use. Please let me know if this is not the case. I was playing around with IGV and this is what I understood while playing around with various options.

    Thanks

    Sucheta

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    Originally posted by tsucheta View Post
    Hi broadIT,

    I would very much like to use IGV from Broad, but only shortcoming I have is our reference genome is not listed there. Looks like I have to ask them to integrate the GTF files of our reference for us to use. Please let me know if this is not the case. I was playing around with IGV and this is what I understood while playing around with various options.

    Thanks

    Sucheta
    This does not belong here. Moving to new thread.

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