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GC Percent Track Settings
 
GC Percent in 5-Base Windows   (All Mapping and Sequencing tracks)

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Type of graph:
Track height: pixels (range: 16 to 128)
Data view scaling: Always include zero: 
Vertical viewing range: min:  max:   (range: 0 to 100)
Transform function:Transform data points by: 
Windowing function: Smoothing window:  pixels
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Draw y indicator lines:at y = 0.0:    at y =
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Data last updated at UCSC: 2020-07-27 13:01:12

Description

The GC percent track shows the percentage of G (guanine) and C (cytosine) bases in 5-base windows. High GC content is typically associated with gene-rich areas.

This track may be configured in a variety of ways to highlight different apsects of the displayed information. Click the "Graph configuration help" link for an explanation of the configuration options.

Credits

The data and presentation of this graph were prepared by Hiram Clawson.