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Frequently asked questions
  1. What is GenomeBrowser? Why do you write a plugins for it?
  2. Why do you use QT library for plugins development?
  3. I have downloaded a plugin, how can I install it to use it?


  1. What is GenomeBrowser? Why do you write a plugins for it?
    UniPro GenomeBrowser is a sequence annotation and analysis tool we use in our daily work. We choose it from other tools because of its convinient sequence and annotations visualization style, small resources usage, great performance when working with a large genomes and availability of the Open Application interface that allows us to create plugins we need by ouself privately.
    Some of the plugins we created we present on this site.
    The fully functional trial version of GenomBrowser is available from here . To obtain commercial or academic license use contacts on its home page.
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  2. Why do you use QT library for plugins development?
    We just have no choice, this is GenomeBrowser requirement.
    Anyway, I think that QT is the best C++ GUI library that allows multiplatform application development with an easiness of Java SWING but performance of native applications.
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  3. I have downloaded a plugin, how can I install it to use it?
    Open any sequence in GenomeBrowser, choose "Tools->Plugins" menu and find a binary plugin file in distribution (it has ".gbp" extension).
    GenomeBrowser will remember it and will load it automatically next time.
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 Announcement
Febrary, 17, 2006
Find ME 1.0 plugin released.
Search and predict LTR mobile elements in DNA sequences.
April, 10, 2005
The site is lauched!
 News & Events
September, 29, 2005
ORF Marker plugin updated to version 1.1.
GenomeBrowser 1.1 version compatible.
September, 29, 2005
HMM Search plugin 1.1 released.
GenomeBrowser 1.1 compatibility + bugfixing.
April, 24, 2005
The first version of HMM Search plugin released
Copyright 2005, Mikhail Fursov mike.fursov@gmail.com
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