About RiboVision

The Center for Ribosomal Origins and Evolution releases version 1.15+ of RiboVision. RiboVision is a modern open-source ribosome-information viewer website. It is designed for easy visual analysis. It is powered by a backend of pre-computed data, such as domain and helix definitions, proteins contacts, base pairing, sequence conservation, etc. Additionally, you may visualize your own data. If you can get your data into our easy format, you can visualize it.

This is version 1.15. Performance has been greatly improved. RiboVision will be updated frequently. Please provide us with feedback.

RiboVision is located at http://apollo.chemistry.gatech.edu/RiboVision/index.html.

Source code is licensed under the MIT license , and is available on GitHub.

Our YouTube Channel contains video documentation.

Citing RiboVision

Bernier, C. R., Petrov, A. S., Waterbury, C. C., Jett, J., Li, F., Freil, L. E., Xiong, X., Wang, L., Migliozzi, B. L. R., Hershkovits, E., Xue, Y., Hsiao, C., Bowman, J. C., Harvey, S. C., Grover, M. A., Wartell, Z. J., and Williams, L. D. (2014). FD169: RiboVision Suite for Visualization and Analysis of Ribosomes. Faraday Discussions. [Full Article]

1. Bernier, C. R.; Petrov, A. S.; Waterbury, C. C.; Jett, J.; Li, F.; Freil, L. E.; Xiong, X.; Wang, L.; Migliozzi, B. L. R.; Hershkovits, E.; Xue, Y.; Hsiao, C.; Bowman, J. C.; Harvey, S. C.; Grover, M. A.; Wartell, Z. J.; Williams, L. D., RiboVision suite for visualization and analysis of ribosomes. Faraday Discussions 2014.