A handy, free and open-source set of utilities specially designed to provide the necessary tools for creating and handling genome-scale biological databases
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GMOD, short for Generic Model Organism Database, is a useful collection of open-source software tools that you can use to generate and manage genome-scale biological databases.
Model Organism Databses are straightforward repositories that contain information about organisms with rich biological data. These types of model organism databases feature numerous species with extensive genomic research data, like the NIH model organisms.
By using GMOD, you will be able to create extensive web-accessible community databases or small laboratory databases containing genome annotations.
Numerous community databases such as AmoebaDB, EupathDB, Southeast Fungal Biology Group, and many others use one or more components of GMOD.
An introduction on the GMOD project along with installation and usage instructions are available on the Overview page.
NOTE: GMOD is licensed and distributed under the terms of the Artistic License, Artistic License 2.0, GNU General Public License version 2.0 (GPLv2).
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What's New in version 1.0
- split genetic module into genetic+phenotype modules