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Getting back on tracks

Yesterday I uploaded v0.0.1 of the Geoduck genome to CoGe.

Now I want to start adding tracks. To do this I used CLC to create RNA-seq tracks from our male and female gonad transcriptome data.

As would be expected only a small amount of reads mapped. This is as we are limiting the genome to the 22 scaffolds with length > 100k.

Males
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Females
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One thing to point out (and will have to be followed up on) is that many more Female reads mapped back.

I took the Reads data and exported to BAM.
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Then uploaded to CoGe.
I called this Version 1, and interestingly I got some cool options.. so I selected them.

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This included saving as a Notebook.

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This was Finished in less than 5 minutes!
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The SNP view.
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Voila – we have it in a Browser.
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and you can zoom in
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Here we have a Notebook view
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It is now public, though not quite sure if there is a url.

Everything is public so please give it a look / twirl.
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