News

  • 10 Aug 2017 | The 4DN Data Portal is in beta

    While we are still in beta, the 4DN Data Portal is open to data submitters, and the raw files for the first 4DN Hi-C can be accessed at data.4dnucleome.org.

    More...
  • 9 Jul 2017 | HiPiler - Interactive Small Multiples on HiGlass

    We present an interactive visualization interface - HiPiler - for the exploration and visualization of regions-of-interest (ROI) in large genome interaction matrices. HiPiler works on top of HiGlass, and allows exploring ROIs as snippets. The manuscript describing HiPiler is now on bioRxiv.

    More...
  • 31 Mar 2017 | HiGlass - Web-based Visual Genome Interaction Explorer

    We present HiGlass, a web-based viewer for genome interaction maps featuring synchronized navigation of multiple views as well as continuous zooming and panning for navigation across genomic loci and resolutions. The manuscript describing HiGlass is now on bioRxiv_

    More...
  • 27 Jan 2017 | The 4D Nucleome White Paper is online The white paper describing goals and the plans of the 4D Nucleome is now on bioRxiv. More...
  • 1 Sep 2016 | Welcome to Soo and Carl

    Soohyun Lee and Carl Vitzthum have joined the infrastructure team at DCIC! Soo makes sure 4DN Network data is uniformly and robustly processed on the AWS cloud environment. This role involves many hats spanning bioinformatics tool development to coordinating tool developers to AWS dev-ops. Carl is our new back-end software developer. It is up to him that the DCIC has a data portal with a fast responsive searchable database.

    More...
  • 20 Jun 2016 | Welcome to Jeremy, Andy and Koray

    Over the last two months, Jeremy Johnson, Andy Schroeder, and Koray Kirli have joined the 4DN DCIC team! As the Lead Senior Software Developer, Jeremy will be responsible the 4DN data portal and the underlying computational infrastructure. Andy and Koray form the data wrangling team; they will make sure data from the 4DN Network are collected in a timely manner, and are well curated.

    More...
  • 8 Feb 2016 | Data Visualization Postdoc Position Available

    The lab of Hanspeter Pfister at Harvard Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is hiring a postdoctoral fellow to work on visualization challenges related to the 4D Nucleome project.

    More...
  • 3 Feb 2016 | Website Released

    The Harvard/MIT 4D Nucleome Data Coordination and Integration Center website went live today. See our open Positions to find out how to join us or visit our Team page to find out who is already here.

    More...