Software produced at GENOMED-Lab aims to help research in genetics, genomics and bioinformatics. Software is provided with no charge under the GNU General Public License version 2.


R-package for global visualization of genomic data. It can be used for any organism, even without a reference genome. It can represent heterogeneous tracts of information simultaneously; both large segments and small and numerous (millions) genomic elements. Data can be shown along either side of chromosomes or on the chromosomal body using a range of symbols.
chromPlot_paper_figureDevelopers: Karen Orostica and Ricardo Verdugo

Maintainer: Karen Oróstica

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Note: this is a pre-release version available for beta-testing. If you find this software useful, or if you find any problems using it, please report back to us and we will do our best to make it better.


Orostica, Karen Y., and Ricardo A. Verdugo. 2015. “chromPlot: Visualization of Genomic Data in Chromosomal Context.” bioRxiv, December, 034108. doi:10.1101/034108.