Warning: Please be aware that these videos are a snapshot, and as such may use an outdated version of the tutorial and/or Galaxy. Below the video you will find links to the tutorials as they appeared at the time of recording.
Visualisation with CircosBelow are video tutorials for this GTN session, created for various (past) events.
Circos (Krzywinski et al. 2009) is a software package for visualizing data in a circular layout. This makes Circos ideal for exploring relationships between objects or positions. Circos plots have appeared in thousands of scientific publications. Although originally designed for visualizing genomic data, it can create figures from data in any field.