This Apollo demo is continuously in development and it may change at any time or go down for maintenance. This is a public demo, which grants anyone access to read and modify the data; this means that data might change at any point, even while you are perusing the demo, if someone else concurrently modifies the same annotation. There is no privacy with these data.
The required login | password credentials to access are: firstname.lastname@example.org | demo
If you would like to also experience the “administrator user” please send us a request by email to the Apollo Developers Team.
Begin exploring Apollo 2 and play around with the many features it has to offer. Enter the login credentials when prompted. Then, click on the “Ref Sequence” tab from the panel on the right to choose a Group to display. You can choose one of the Groups visible in the list, or you may type the name of the name of the Group in the “Search” box (for example: Group16.4 Group1.37; these groups have many gene models to get you started). You may now start annotating! Once you have displayed the first group, you may also choose to switch to a different Group from the drop-down menu in the navigation bar (e.g. Group1.10 Group1.33).
The “Ref Sequence” selection panel on the right allows you to view all available reference sequences (e.g. scaffolds, groups, chromosomes, etc) and conduct bulk operations on those sequences (for example: exporting data).
You can choose a different organism from the drop-down menu on the upper left corner of the annotator panel. Please be aware you have access to the following “organisms”: “Honeybee”, “Human-hg38”, “Cow”, and “Yeast”. Choosing any of the other available options will show an error warning alerting you that you do not have sufficient permissions to perform the operation. Should you encounter this error, simply return to one of the organisms listed above.
If you are new to Apollo, we recommend that you read through our User Guide to learn more about the software and its functionality.
Please Note: We have not tested the current version of Apollo on Internet Explorer. If you are not able to use Apollo on IE, you will need to use a different browser such as Firefox or Google Chrome (both available free of cost).