Java is the programming language created by Sun Microsystems. Java is a popular choice for many bioinformatics projects due to its platform independence and versatility. It is one of the most popular coding languages in the world. There are many Java Genomics libraries available in the market. Java has always been one of the best programming languages for bioinformatics research. These powerful tools can help us to do everything from writing more efficient code to distributing the code across the internet. The world of genomics is growing at an astonishing pace. It provides a library of algorithms and data structures for working with biological data in Java. Some of the most popular Java Genomics Open Source libraries among developers are: igv - Integrative Genomics Viewer; cbioportal - cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics; gridss - GRIDSS: the Genomic Rearrangement IDentification Software Suite.
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