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== Images ==
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File:Cholera.png|<center>Transmission of ''Vibrio cholerae'' into Haiti.</center>
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File:AusOldWorld.png|<center>Kangaroo apple phylogeny.</center>
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File:Bio2.0.png|<center>Similarity of plant and bacterial samples in Wood Buffalo National Park.</center>
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File:Costello-body.png|<center>Two views of the human microbiome: across body sites, and gut samples across individuals and time points.
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File:EMP figs.png|<center>Earth Microbiome Project samples, and clustering of Arctic sites by pH.</center>
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File:H1N1-Apr26-HA-cluster-USA.png|<center>Early samples and geophylogeny of the 2009 H1N1 pandemic.</center>
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File:Hawaii.png|<center>Geophylogeny of katydids in Hawai'i.</center>
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File:Katydids.png|<center>A different view of the katydid geophylogeny.</center>
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File:MouseOrdination.png|<center>Overlaying a clustering of mouse samples onto an ordination plot.</center>
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File:NZ Pic3.png|<center>Geophylogeny of beetles in New Zealand.</center>
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File:Salamanders.png|<center>Contrasting hypotheses of geographic structuring of ''Ensatina'' salamanders.
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File:Sup05-1.png|<center>Diversity of microbial profiles across a linear transect and by depth.</center>
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File:Sup05-2.png|<center>Clustering of microbial samples by depth and transect location.</center>
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File:WireframeDEM.jpg|<center>Wireframe view of the Sydney Tar Ponds.</center>
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== Videos ==
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[[Media:LachnoMovie x264.mp4|Flythrough]] of georeferenced microbial samples showing the relative abundance of a human microbiome-associated group (Lachnospiraceae) in different types of sample.
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== Datasets ==
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[[Image:H1N1_panmixia.png|thumb|right|400px|Intermingling of 2009 H1N1 isolates from different continents provides strong evidence of the global nature of this pandemic ([http://knol.google.com/k/tracking-the-evolution-and-geographic-spread-of-influenza-a?collectionId=28qm4w0q65e4w.1&position=2# Parks et al., 2009]).]]
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[[H1N1|H1N1 outbreak]] - GenGIS is being used to examine the geographic spread and evolutionary relationships of the swine flu strains and isolates that have been collected to date.
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[[HIV-1 subtype B mobility in Europe | HIV-1 subtype B in Europe]] - Here we show how GenGIS can be used to visualize the results of [http://www.retrovirology.com/content/6/1/49 Paraskevis et al. (2009)] which proposed mobility rates of HIV-1 subtype B in Europe.

Latest revision as of 03:04, 8 August 2014

Images

Videos

Flythrough of georeferenced microbial samples showing the relative abundance of a human microbiome-associated group (Lachnospiraceae) in different types of sample.

Datasets

Intermingling of 2009 H1N1 isolates from different continents provides strong evidence of the global nature of this pandemic (Parks et al., 2009).

H1N1 outbreak - GenGIS is being used to examine the geographic spread and evolutionary relationships of the swine flu strains and isolates that have been collected to date.

HIV-1 subtype B in Europe - Here we show how GenGIS can be used to visualize the results of Paraskevis et al. (2009) which proposed mobility rates of HIV-1 subtype B in Europe.