If you are looking for FinchTV, you have come to the right place. We explain what FinchTV is and point you to the official download.
What is FinchTV?
FinchTV from Geospiza is a program that allows users to view, edit, and record DNA sequence data on their computers, making it a staple application for many research laboratory systems. The program affords users the ability to see a complete trace in either multi-pane or single-pane views. The display is also scalable on-screen.
Designed to be compatible with Windows, Mac, Solaris and Linux operating systems, the FinchTV software is also capable of working in tandem with the developer’s GeneSifter (Lab Edition) program. This other utility serves as a comprehensive operations management tool for researching, working across multiple platforms. The main demographic for these applications, core lab researchers, are thus given the ability to process their trace data in various ways without fear of information loss or disorganization. The two programs integrate to provide users with a quick data viewing, manipulation, and storage system for their DNA research.
The most current iteration of FinchTV also records user activity and revisions to the data, making notes of usernames as well as other markups (including dates). This activity record can be rendered accessible online and can also be shared with key researchers or colleagues.
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File types supported by FinchTV
About file types supported by FinchTV
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Last updated: : June 1, 2014