Shown here is a standard interactive LocusZoom plot, depicting GWAS association data with gene tracks loaded from a University of Michigan API. Change the region of the genome in view by scrolling to zoom or dragging to pan, or use some of the links below to jump to top hits for this study by gene. Click around and experiment... LocusZoom.js can do a lot.
To see other forms of LocusZoom.js in action take a look at https://my.locuszoom.org or the examples on this page. If you are trying to make your own plots but don't want to create a full web server backend, the Tabix Tracks demo provides some useful pointers.
<link crossorigin="anonymous" ...>to ensure that saving images works correctly.
To download or link to past builds of LocusZoom.js use the URL structure above and the version number of your choice. See also: list of past releases .View source on GitHub
LocusZoom.js is customizable, extensible, and highly flexible. It can work with a wide variety of different types of data. Below are some examples to show some of LocusZoom.js's variability.