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Bioinformatic Insights from Metagenomics through Visualization

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Bioinformatic Insights from Metagenomics through Visualization
Cutting-edge biological and bioinformatics research seeks a systems perspective through the analysis of multiple types of high-throughput and other experimental data for the same sample. Systemslevel analysis requires the integration and fusion of such data, typically through advanced statistics and mathematics. Visualization is a complementary computational approach that supports integration and analysis of complex data or its derivatives. We present a bioinformatics visualization prototype, Juxter, which depicts categorical information derived from or assigned to these diverse data for the purpose of comparing patterns across categorizations. The visualization allows users to easily discern correlated and anomalous patterns in the data. These patterns, which might not be detected automatically by algorithms, may reveal valuable information leading to insight and discovery. We describe the visualization and interaction capabilities and demonstrate its utility in a new field, metageno...
Susan L. Havre, Bobbie-Jo M. Webb-Robertson, Anuj
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where CSB
Authors Susan L. Havre, Bobbie-Jo M. Webb-Robertson, Anuj R. Shah, Christian Posse, Banu Gopalan, Fred J. Brockman
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