You have already done a great job - now we create the visibility your efforts deserve in a modern light
State-of-the-art web technologies make BioJS easy to integrate into your web application
Use any of our 130 components to create the unique & visual experience that meets your needs
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BioJS enables you to create modern data visualizations for the web
BioJS is also open-source and community-driven. Find out more about the project.
BioJS enables you to integrate powerful visualization components into your website or web app and use them straight away. Our components from the BioJS Registry are pre-packed with all the tools and dependencies they need to make them work in your personal setup. Try our Starter's Guide to kick-off your BioJS experience.
A library powered by an ever-growing and active community
BioJS unites users and developers from all around the globe to create outstanding
biological data representations. The open-source character of the BioJS project makes it easy for anyone to follow
and discussion current developments in the project, as well as to contribute and share their code with others.
We are happy for you to get into contact with us either via Slack Chat, the Gitter Chat, our forum or via good old-fashioned E-Mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
And we are excited to see your ideas come to life. Becoming a BioJS developer is easy and straightforward. Just contribute your code to our component registry in a few steps.
That's why biologists and bioinformaticians are using BioJS
I have always been looking for a smooth way to represent my data outside of Power Point. I like to use BioJS for my sequence alignments and it works just great.
J. Smith - Molecular Biologist
C. Ronley - Bioinformatician
Quite a nice set of components already out there - I often find a solution for my visualization needs in just a couple of lines of code.
A. Rose - PhD Student Systems Biology