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Summary: HapFlow is a python application for visualising haplotypes present in high-throughput sequencing data. HapFlow identifies nucleotide variant profiles in raw read sequences and creates an abstract visual representation of these profiles to make haplotypes easier to identify. Availablity: HapFlow is freely available (under a GPL license) for download (for Mac OS X, Unix and Microsoft Windows) from github (http://mjsull.github.io/HapFlow).
This article describes a software program for visualizing DNA variations in sequence data. We are making the software available as a pre-print article in order to get feedback from the community to optimize and improve the program. The article will be submitted to a journal for review. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org