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  • Google Maps Compilation of NGS instruments

    Nick Loman and James Hadfield have been working on a slick google maps-based compilation of instrument locations throughout the world. There have been a couple of threads on it already ( Here and here ),

    I wanted to make sure that this great effort is seen by those that may venture into the Service Providers forum.

    The map and corresponding instrument stats can be found at: http://pathogenomics.bham.ac.uk/hts/ , to which I've set up a redirect from http://map.seqanswers.com to aid the URL-memory impaired (myself).

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    We have recently launched our map of NGS instruments. Currently it only shows Illumina instruments, HiSeq, MiSeq, NextSeq and NovaSeq, but will soon have PacBio, IonTorrent and a few others.


    If we have missed anything, please let us know. At last count we have mapped 650+ instruments. We know there are upwards of 3k instrument in the US, the map has a ways to go.


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