Browser Extensible Data Format, aka Browser Extensible Data, is an actively used text data format created in 2004. BED (Browser Extensible Data) format provides a flexible way to define the data lines that are displayed in an annotation track. BED lines have three required fields and nine additional optional fields. The number of fields per line must be consistent throughout any single set of data in an annotation track. The order of the optional fields is binding: lower-numbered fields must always be populated if higher-numbered fields are used.
- Browser Extensible Data Format first appeared in 2004
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Example code from the web:
track name=pairedReads description="Clone Paired Reads" useScore=1 chr22 1000 5000 cloneA 960 + 1000 5000 0 2 567,488, 0,3512 chr22 2000 6000 cloneB 900 - 2000 6000 0 2 433,399, 0,3601
Last updated August 9th, 2020