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Release of 4.0.0.12 and Migration to .NET 4.5

00:00 13 October in General News
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Our latest update (4.0.0.12) consolidates several database tables, making the data structure more consistent and easy to use. We introduced a tree structure for tracks. Now the map tracks can be grouped together, which facilitates showing/hiding multiple tracks with one click. Visibility of tracks in vertical and horizontal view is saved between user sessions. We also successfully completed the migration to .NET 4.5 and squashed some bugs on the way....

Ceres Scientist Highlights Benefits of Visualizations at Genomics Congress

00:04 12 September in Events
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Ceres plant scientist Xuefeng Ma, PhD,  highlighted the impact of Persephone’s capabilities on Ceres’ research. He concluded that improved visualizations and interfaces can lead to unexpected insights and connections that would not be made if researchers looked at only the genes they’re currently working on. The poster that was presented at the Plant Genomics Congress in St. Louis was titled  “Enabling Real-Time Genome Browsing”. View Poster...

Beta Testers Wanted

00:08 29 August in General News
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You’re Invited to Join Our Genome-Viewer Software Test Team We are looking for life science specialists in various fields to test a new CloudService edition of our Persephone™ genome-viewer software. Persephone™ allows users to explore integrated genomics data-types from multiple public sources as well as Ceres’ own custom genome annotations. There’s also capabilities for uploading and integrating your own data. Sign Up to Join Our Beta Test Team: www.ceres.net/persephone...

Improved graphics performance

00:10 27 August in General News
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We made an important change to the graphics engine. It was possible to improve an already optimized code so that the rendering speed almost doubled. This is an important improvement as Persephone handles numerous visual elements on the screen and performance of the rendering engine is crucial to the user experience....