HiGlass is a web-based viewer for genome interaction maps featuring synchronized navigation of multiple views as well as continuous zooming and panning for navigation across genomic loci and resolutions. It can be used for visual comparison of Hi-C and other genomic data from different experimental conditions to efficiently identify salient outcomes of experimental perturbations, generate new hypotheses, and share the results with the community.
HiGlass Demo Site
Website demonstrating the capabilities of HiGlass. Includes extensive examples and documentation.
- HiGlass Client
- HiGlass Server
- HiGlass Docker
- HiGlass Website
A tool to tile 1D and 2D genomic data sets for use with HiGlass.
- 4D Nucleome Network Data Coordination and Integration Center (NIH U01CA200059)
National Institutes of Health - Common Fund
- Visualization of (Epi)Genomic Data for Discovery of Disease-Associated Variants (NIH R00HG007583)
National Institutes of Health - NHGRI