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CartograPlant
Integration of genomic, phenomic, and environmental data for georeferenced plants


Long-lived and sessile plant species serve as ideal models to assess population structure and adaptation to the environment. Despite the availability of comprehensive data, the researchers who study them are challenged to integrate data describing genotype, phenotype, and the environment. Towards this goal, the web application CartograTree (now known as CartograPlant), was designed and implemented as an open repository and open-source analytic web-based framework for all three.

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Detailed documentation, tutorials and resources
It's easy to submit data for analysis in CartograPlant, visit the links below

Submit PopGen Studies

Current Data Submission Leads!

Place
Name
Submissions
Trees
Country
1
Charles Demurjian
99
94781
United States
2
Isaac McEvoy
24
11805
United States
3
barnaly.pande@gmail.com
7
3573
4
Irene Cobo
2
304
United States
5
Bruno Marchetti de Souza
1
5040
Brazil

2021 Competition


2021 competition coming soon!
Please check back periodically for more updates!

2019 Competition Winners

Congratulations to our winners!
  • Winner 1 - Mengmeng Lu
  • Winner 2 - Rhiannon Peery
CartograPlant Statistics
Plants8302053
Species248
Genera92
Countries43
Studies147
Genotypes24,502,154
Phenotypes1,141,334
TREESNAP Statistics
Plants7941
Species129
Genera53
Phenotypes53669

BIEN Statistics
Plants8191637
Species65
Genera29
Phenotypes0

Recently in CartograPlant

Jiang et al (2017)

QUERCUS KERRII

McKown et al (2014)

POPULUS TRICHOCARPA

Nagamitsu et al (2020)

CERASUS JAMASAKURA

Cavender-Bares et al (2015)

QUERCUS BRANDEGEEI

Project Members

Member Institution Position
Jill Wegrzyn University of Connecticut Principal Investigator
Nic Herndon University of Connecticut Co-Principal Investigator
Meg Staton University of Tennessee Co-Principal Investigator
Irene Cobo University of Connecticut Postdoctoral Scholar
Risharde Ramnath Dove Technologies Lead Developer
Peter Richter University of Connecticut Developer
Emily Grau University of Connecticut Lead Database Administrator
Charlie Demurjian University of Connecticut Curator
Isaac McEvoy University of Connecticut Curator

Project Alumni

Member Institution Position
Damian Gessler Semantic Options, LLC Advisory member
Taylor Falk University of Connecticut Bioinformatics Developer
Ronald Santos University of Connecticut Programmer