GenoViz provides software applications and re-usable components for data visualization and data sharing in genomics. Our flagship product is Integrated Genome Browser (IGB).
For more information about IGB, visit http://bioviz.org.
Source code for the project was hosted here for many years. In 2014, we moved to a new git repository at http://www.bitbucket.org/lorainelab/integrated-genome-browser. We are still using SourceForge to distribute new releases of IGB as compiled code (igb.zip) you can use to run IGB on your computer.
If you have questions, feel free to get in touch. Contact project head Ann Loraine (email@example.com) or lead developer David Norris (firstname.lastname@example.org>).
very good project, thanks!
IGB actually has lots of export features that make publication-quality figures. You can export many image types, including PDF, EPS, PNG and more. See the Who Uses IGB section of the Manual (wiki.transvar.org/confluence/x/kYEHAQ) for great examples!