VIEWpoly is a shiny app and R package for visualizing and exploring results from polyploid computational tools using an interactive graphical user interface. The package allows users to directly upload output files from polymapR, MAPpoly , polyqtlR, QTLpoly,
diaQTL and genomic assembly, variants, annotation and alignment files. VIEWpoly uses shiny, golem, ggplot2, plotly, and JBrowseR libraries to graphically display the QTL profiles, positions, alleles estimated effects, progeny individuals containing specific haplotypes and their breeding values. It is also possible to access marker dosage and parental phase from the linkage map. If genomic information is available, the corresponding QTL positions are interactively explored using JBrowseR interface, allowing the search for candidate genes. It also provides features to download specific information into comprehensive tables and images for further analysis and presentation.
You can run
VIEWpoly locally installing the package and accessing the graphical interface through a web browser. To use the stable version, please install the package from CRAN:
If you want to use the latest development version, go ahead and install
VIEWpoly from our Github repository:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("mmollina/viewpoly") viewpoly::run_app()
NOTE: Windows users may need to install the
Rtools before compiling the package from source (development version).
You can also access
VIEWpoly though the Docker image:
docker pull cristaniguti/viewpoly:0.2.1 docker run --rm -e USERID=$(id -u) -e GROUPID=$(id -g) -p 8085:80 -e DISABLE_AUTH=true cristaniguti/viewpoly:0.2.1
This will make the container available in port 8085 (choose other if you prefer). After, you just need to go to your favorite browser and search for :8085 (example: 127.0.0.1:8085). That is it! Everything you need is there.
Input data tab has options for several types of inputs. You can upload directly outputs from:
To relate the genetic maps and QTL analysis with genomic information, it is also required:
It is optional to upload also:
Access VIEWpoly tutorial here.
VIEWpoly main features are also presented in this video.
Access more information about how to make your data sets available through VIEWpoly here.
If you would like to contribute to develop
VIEWpoly, please check our Contributing Guidelines.
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VIEWpoly project is supported by the USDA, National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) project ‘‘Tools for Genomics-Assisted Breeding in Polyploids: Development of a Community Resource’’ and by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation under the Genetic Advances and Innovative Seed Systems for Sweetpotato project (SweetGAINS).
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