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Circos Table Viewer - Circular Visualization of Tabular Data

Before uploading a data file, check the samples gallery to make sure that your data format is compatible. Your file must be plain text. Your data values must be non-negative integers. Data must be space-separated (one or more tab or space, which will be collapsed). No two rows or columns may have the same name. Column and row names must begin with a letter (e.g. Need help? If you are using the size, order or color options below, make sure your input file has the appropriate content (see samples 5-9). Don't have a data file? Current load is 0/5. Do not use this tool on confidential, sensitive or otherwise expensive, inflammatory or incriminating information (use the offline tableviewer which has a tutorial). 9.oct.15 Updated to use Circos 0.68. 7.sep.12 Updated to use Circos 0.63. 12.mar.12 Updated sample images. 7.mar.12 Fixed cookie bugs. 14.feb.12 Fixed bugs caused by Mac and DOS line ends. 8.feb.12 Fixed bugs caused by stale cookies. 3.jan.12 More image settings. 23.apr.10 Archive added.

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