Integrated Genome Browser – Visualization for genome-scale data

The Integrated Genome Browser (IGB, pronounced Ig-Bee) is an interactive, zoomable, scrollable software program you can use to visualize and explore genome-scale data sets, such as tiling array data, next-generation sequencing results, genome annotations, microarray designs, and the sequence itself. IGB is implemented using the Java programming language and should run on any computer.

IGB is freely available here:

Example of IGB use for visualization of RNA-Seq data.