Updating README and TODO

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## User case studies
Some interesting user case studies can be found here: [User case studies](http://leoisl.gitlab.io/DBGWAS_support/user_case_studies/index.html).
These case studies might help future users if they have a dataset similar to the ones tested here and wonder how DBGWAS would behave in their datasets.
We thank the users a lot and we appreciate their time for providing us the description and the output of DBGWAS in these examples. All credits go to the users.
If you want your case study to be featured here, please send the output and some description of your dataset by opening an issue at [https://gitlab.com/leoisl/dbgwas/issues](https://gitlab.com/leoisl/dbgwas/issues) or sending it by mail to leandro<dot>ishi<dot>lima<at>gmail<dot>com .
## Learning how to use the DBGWAS web based interactive visualization
See [DBGWAS web based interactive visualization](https://gitlab.com/leoisl/dbgwas/wikis/DBGWAS-web-based-interactive-visualization)
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See [Customizing annotation databases](https://gitlab.com/leoisl/dbgwas/wikis/Customizing-annotation-databases)
## User case studies
See [User case studies](https://gitlab.com/leoisl/dbgwas/wikis/User-case-studies)
# Thirdparties
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10) "make" should copy the DBGWAS_lib folder to the tools/ folder
11) Improve the explanation of lineage figures in the interface
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