Manipulate your Genomic Observatory Data

MyGOD is a Web-based visual exploration tool. It has been designed to enable scientists to easily build dynamic and composite graphical representations of biodiversity data supplemented with environmental data (ex.: physico-chemical measurements). Anonymous visitors have access to all data and all types of graphical representations offered by MyGOD. Authenticated users benefit for additional feautures: they can save all the settings of the dashboards they have composed for later reuse, they can promote their dashboards as gallery entries which makes them publicly accessible; and, if they have the appropriate permissions, they can directly import new datasets into MyGOD. Developement of MyGOD has been funded by the BioGenOuest network, and the Institut Français de Bioinformatique, and been carried out by personnel of the ABiMS platform, with contributions from the Service de Bioinformatique de l'IFREMER and the Mediterranean Institute of Oceanography.
MyGOD can be installed from a Docker image, following the steps documented at
More information about how to format data suitable for import in MyGOD can be found at

What's New ?

Available Datasets

Name Description Samples First Sample Last Sample Occurrences
Blanes 18S - 2004-2013 Blanes 18S V4 2004-2013 120 Jan. 26, 2004 Dec. 4, 2013 21,909
Astan 16S - 2009-2016 Astan 16S V4 2009-2016 70 Jan. 7, 2009 Dec. 19, 2011 13,023
Astan 18S - 2009-2016 Astan 18S V4 2009-2016 190 Jan. 7, 2009 Dec. 22, 2016 63,060
OSD 16S - 2018 Ocean Sampling Day 16S 2018 60 June 18, 2018 June 26, 2018 6,458
OSD 16S - 2019 Ocean Sampling day 16S 2019 47 June 7, 2019 June 27, 2019 5,248
Taxa: 3232
Sequences: 8095

Ranks: Domain Phylum Class Order Family Genus Species

Taxa: 6351
Sequences: 37896

Ranks: Kingdom Supergroup Division Classe Order Family Genus Species

Time Series:
Spatial Datasets:
Mixed Datasets:
Morphology based Datasets:

Environmental Parameters:

Temperature, Tide Coefficient, Salinity, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Ammonium (NH4), Nitrate (NO3), Nitrite (NO2), Phosphate (PO4), Chlorophyll A,

Sampling Stations: