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The CNGBdb Visualization Platform is designed to visualize life data. CNGBdb visualization provides multi-angle visualization of complex data related to life health. For example, species trees, maps, chromosomes, and human maps are used to display data, genome browsers are used to view gene and variations, and display the frequency of variations in different populations.
  • Atlas of lives
    The phylogenetic tree visualizes the statistics of different evolutionary branches of fish, millet, humans, birds, plants, vertebrates, and insects. Like Homo Spaiens, we can see the number of diseases, samples and variations on this branch, and click on Browser to view the data in the gene browser. You can also click on Dataview to view data from other dimensions, such as geography, human anatomy map, chromosomes etc.
  • Map
    The map visualizes the geographical distribution of human omics research data in different countries, and shows the data density through the color shade. It can also switch data in multiple directions such as variation, species, disease, etc., and visually analyze the geographical distribution of data.
  • Homo sapiens
    The human anatomy visualizes the distribution of human omics data in different human organs, for example, the number of diseases and data volume studied for various organs such as brain, lung, liver, heart, stomach, bladder, etc., and visually shows the research heat of different organs.
  • Chromosome
    The human chromosome map visualizes the distribution of human omics data at different chromosomal locations, such as the number of diseases, sample, and variations at different chromosomal locations. The histogram visually shows the amount of data, research, and overall variation distribution for different chromosomal locations.
  • Browse integrated with Apollo
    The genome browser visualizes the location of the variation or gene on the chromosome, the sequence, the frequency in different populations such as the 1000 Genomes, and the scores of the variation given by different functional prediction tools. The histogram visually shows the frequency of variation in different populations and the comparison between different populations.