Setting up the MEDEA Stack Map
At its minimum, the MEDEA Stack Map only needs JSON formatted data for the sequences, feature tracks, and features. If you want to display syntenic alignments, you'll need to provide JSON formatted data for alignments. If you want to display the sequence at the nucleotide level, you'll need to provide a text document listing the sequence as A, T, G, or C.
Following these steps for embedding the MEDEA Stack Map on your web page and visualizing your data:
- Download all files.
- Create the required JSON formatted data for sequences, feature tracks, and features.
- Create the optional JSON formatted data for alignments.
This example brings all the steps together to visualizes sequences, features, and alignments. Feel free to use it as a template in setting up the MEDEA Stack Map on your site.
If you need help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you'd like to be alerted to updates to the software, please email email@example.com to be added to the medea-announce mailing list. If you're internal to the Broad Insitute, you can add yourself to the medea-announce mailing list. This list is appropriate for those embedding MEDEA in their web sites--not for end users.