Wednesday, 8 April, 2020 UTC


Nextstrain, an open source project to provide real-time tracking information about the evolution of pathogens, has put out a call for JavaScript developers to help build out its interactive web application, Auspice, as part of its COVID-19 efforts.
Auspice is an interactive explorer for phylodynamic and phylogenomic data—data sets that show the evolution of a given pathogen, plus other behaviors like its geographic movement. Right now the project has been devoting a major share of its resources to help track COVID-19. You can see an example of Auspice visualization for COVID-19, including an interactive map of disease transmission over time.
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