OMTools: A Software Package for Visualizing and Processing Optical Mapping Data
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AbstractOptical mapping is a molecular technique capturing specific patterns of fluorescent labels along DNA molecules. It has been widely applied in assisted-scaffolding in sequence assemblies, microbial strain typing, and detection of structural variations. Various computational methods have been developed to analyze optical mapping data. However, existing tools for processing and visualizing optical map data still have many shortcomings. Here we present OMTools, an efficient and intuitive data processing and visualization suite to handle and explore large-scale optical mapping profiles. OMTools includes modules for visualization (OMView), data processing and simulation. These modules together form an accessible and convenient pipeline for optical mapping analyses.
AVAILABILITY AND IMPLEMENTATION:
OMTools is implemented in Java 1.8 and released under a GPL license. OMTools can be downloaded from https://github.com/aldenleung/OMTools and run on any standard desktop computer equipped with a Java virtual machine.
All Author(s) ListAlden King-Yung Leung, Nana Jin, Kevin Y. Yip, Ting-Fung Chan
Journal nameBioinformatics
Year2017
Month5
Day12
Volume Number33
Issue Number18
Place of PublicationOxford University Press
ISSN1367-4803
eISSN1460-2059
LanguagesEnglish-United States

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