FinchTV - Trace viewer for viewing and editing DNA sequencing .ab1 and .scf chromatogram files.
Version: 1.4.0The popular way to view DNA sequence traces on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, and Solaris. FinchTV started as the only chromatogram viewer that can display an entire trace in a scalable multipane view. It continues to lead with raw
Operating System: Mac OS X
data views, regular expression searching, and multi-platform support.
Here are some key features of "FinchTV":
· View, edit, export, and print the reverse complement of the trace just as you can the forward orientation.
· View the raw unprocessed signal data from ABI files (not SCF) by invoking the "Raw Data" choice from the "View" menu.
· Selected bases or the entire sequence can be sent to your choice of 4 NCBI BLAST pages.
· Select a single base or range of bases and copy the base calls for use in another application.
· Allows changing base calls, inserting new bases and deleting bases.
· Commands allow you to change a range of bases to upper or lowercase, or convert them to N's or X's.
· Save your edits and share your file with other researchers.
· Search for a given sequence in the base calls of the trace (accepts regular expressions)
· Open SCF, ABI and gzipped chromatogram files.
· View in standard or wrapped mode.
· Scale the trace horizontally and vertically.
· Use different options for printing your trace.
· Export DNA sequence to FASTA text file.
· Open files by dropping the icon onto FinchTV window.
· Show and hide base calls, base numbers and quality values.
· View Chromatogram Info details.
· FinchTV also offers a direct link to the Geospiza website where you can access help documentation.