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Hosting IGV web on a server

You can use X11 forwarding to run IGV on the headless server where the data is located and simply forward the GUI to your client machine using the X11 protocol. This is a solution I use consistently ...
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Uploading files from local computer or web in rstudio cloud

Velocyto.R I'm not sure that your issues is from RStudio cloud but more about how you are trying to open the file. The file that you are trying to import is not a ...
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Uploading files from local computer or web in rstudio cloud

This seems to be an encoding problem (certain characters not being recognized), see this, this and also this. Probably the file "/cloud/project/SCG71.loom" is ...
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Hosting IGV web on a server

obviously I'm late but if this is still an open question open an issue in one of our github projects, github.com/igvteam/igv (Java desktop), github.com/igvteam/igv.js (pure javascript component), ...
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Hosting IGV web on a server

One possibility might be to put the full IGV application on the server, and use the igvR package in R on the server to access the IGV API. You could then use R plotting facilities etc to show your ...
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Hosting IGV web on a server

According to their discription igv-webapp is a pure-client "genome browser" application based igv.js. Pure-client, so it will be difficult to let it display tracks that are on the server itself. ...
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