PartitionEukaryotic genomes often consist of multiple chromosomes, which are distinct sequences. However, they are often visualized as one contiguous sequence by placing them end-to-end of each other. Some visualizations, especially when comparing genomes, treat chromosomes as separate elements. While different chromosomes are the most common reason to display a sequence in separate parts, one could imagine partitioning a sequence based on other factors too, such as partitioning it in equally sized subsequences to show the entire sequence in multiple rows (similar to space-filling layouts).
Segments, typically individual chromosomes, of the genome are joined together end-to-end.
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Segments, typically individual chromosomes, of the genome are displayed separately.
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