HiGlass is a tool for exploring large genomic data sets. It was created at the Gehlenborg Lab at Harvard Medical School as part of the 4D Nucleome Project's Data Coordination and Integration Center.
A preprint of the paper describing HiGlass is available on bioRxiv (https://doi.org/10.1101/121889). If you use HiGlass in your work, please cite:
Kerpedjiev, P., Abdennur, N., Lekschas, F., McCallum, C., Dinkla, K., Strobelt, H., ... & Gehlenborg, N. (2017). HiGlass: Web-based visual comparison and exploration of genome interaction maps. bioRxiv, 121889.
All the code for HiGlass is open source and available on GitHub: