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Current paper introduces the use of Generic Mapping Tools (GMT) for the cartographic workflow aimed at the geological datavisualization. Among the wide range of GIS software used for mapping and geospatial data modelling, GMT stands apart from the traditional tools such as ArcGIS ( ESRI Team, 2010 ), QGIS ( QGIS, 2019 ) and MapINFO. The particularity of the GMT comparing to the standard GIS consists in its fundamentally different approach towards geodata processing. The GMT, originally developed by Wessel and Smith (1998) is not a classic
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Integrative Genomics Viewer and chromatogram view of the COL2A1 gene. (a) Excerpt of exome sequencing datavisualized with th Integrative Genomics Viewer. (b) Result of DNA sequencing. A novel heterozygous germline mutation, c.2456G>A, p.Gly849Asp on the COL2A1 gene (indicated by a black arrow).
Genetic Results . This variant (c.2546G>A, p.Gly849Asp) on the COL2A1 gene has not been previously reported in the Human Gene Mutation Database (HGMD; http://www.hgmd.cf.ac.uk/ac/index.php ) or in population
RDF data conversion, RDF data storage and querying, and datavisualization has matured, which can meet the requirements of bibliographic control and authority control, data reuse and sharing, and knowledge organization and discovery in Web environment.
There is a technical framework that supports knowledge reorganization and provides knowledge service – not just document retrieval and reading, thus fulfilling the requirements of DH ( Figure 1 ). The framework is based on other existing frameworks, models, standards, and tools and was built using the following
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