Genome Annotation Analysis on NetBeans
By Geertjan on Mar 03, 2012
GenDB is a genome annotation system created at Bielefeld university (by Lukas Jelonek) in Germany. The application supports automatic and manual genome annotations. It is based on a client/server architecture where the client is implemented using the NetBeans Platform to enable easy integration of new modules.
Currently it supports common visualizations for genome annotations. It is not restricted to the GenDB server as a data source but has a plugin mechanism and an API for the data model. So, everyone can integrate their own custom data sources to use the annotation capabilities of GenDB.