The Genome Workbench team is proud to present version 2.12.8, with the latest usability improvements and bug fixes. See the full list of changes in the Genome Workbench release notes.
Some of the improvements include:
- Improved FASTA format view (context menu) and the addition of a “Expand All” option
- Improved rendering of internal unaligned regions
- Automatically open the target folder to export files quickly
- Installation of automatic PROXY detection
- Fixed bug in OS version
Genome Workbench is an integrated application for viewing and analyzing sequences. The Genome Workbench can be used to browse data in GenBank and combine data with your own private data.
Recent updates to Genome Workbench include a new navigation tutorial for Graphical Sequence View, and various bug fixes and improvements. You can see the full list of changes in the Genome Workbench release notes.
Genome Workbench is an integrated application for viewing and analyzing sequences. Genome Workbench can be used to browse data in GenBank and combine this data with your own private data.
The newest video on the NCBI YouTube channel shows you how to import sequences for alignment, run the MSA program, and display the results in Genome Workbench‘s multiple alignment view.
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This week, we’ve updated Multiple Sequence Alignment (MSA) Viewer, Tree Viewer, and Genome Workbench . You can see a full list of new features, improvements and bug fixes in each resource’s release notes: