We need to get segments (chromosome names and lengths) imported into GNomEx data tracks for sheep and cow genome builds for B2B.
From David -
The best way is to download the fasta files and then run the GenoViz NibbleResidueParser on it to convert them to bnib. I do this from within Eclipse using the Run Configurations. These can then be posted to GNomEx to server seq data (they will want that). The output lists the length of each sequence.