Strudel is our graphical tool for visualizing genetic and physical maps of genomes for comparative purposes. The application aims to let the user examine their data at a variety of different levels of resolution, from entire maps to individual markers, and explore syntenic relationships between genomes. All browsing and interaction with Strudel happens in real-time – there is no need to wait while the maps are generated.
Information & Computational Sciences, The James Hutton Institute
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Bayer M, Milne I, Stephen G, Shaw P, Cardle L, Wright F, Marshall D.
Comparative visualization of genetic and physical maps with Strudel.
Bioinformatics. 2011 May 1;27(9):1307-8.