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Motivation: For most research approaches, genome analyses are dependent on the existence of a high quality genome reference assembly. However, the local accuracy of an assembly remains difficult to assess and improve. The gEVAL browser allows the user to interrogate an assembly in any region of the genome by comparing it to different datasets and evaluating the concordance. These analyses include: a wide variety of sequence alignments, comparative analyses of multiple genome assemblies, anddoi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btw159 pmid:27153597 pmcid:PMC4978925 fatcat:lrolp4phx5celhyvibnwi26dsy