Note: input data format must match the example on the right, tab-seperated
1, data from excel, copy and paste data into the input frame
2, data from txt, must tab-seperated, copy and paste data into the input frame

chromosome length data:

genomic region data:

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chromosome distribution without centromere

Chromosome distributions of peaks, SNPs, genes.
Input data instructions
Chromosome length data contain two columns: the first column is chromsome name, and the second column is length.
Genomic location data contain 3 columns (column 3 is optional): the first column is chromosome name, the second column is location and the third column is categories, such as up, dn. At most 6 categories, i.e. 6 user-defined colors.
Examples from papers

chromosome length
2A	780798557
3A	750843639
7B	750620385
4A	744588157
7A	736706236
6B	720988478
5B	713149757
5A	709773743
1B	689851870
4B	673617499
2D	651852609
7D	638686055
6A	618079260
3D	615552423
1A	594102056
5D	566080677
4D	509857067
1D	495453186
6D	473592718
genomic location
chrom	pos	type
2A	50602155	A
2A	58861277	A
3A	178099541	A
3A	77794217	B
4D	20732565	B
4D	11935999	B

1) How to plot?
1, Prepare data
2, Open with excel, and change into the same format as the example
3, Copy and paste data into the input frame
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