Open-Source Software for 'Omic' Data Analysis and Visualization

A tool for interactive exploration of the results from 'omics' experiments to facilitate novel discoveries from high-throughput biology. The software includes R functions for the 'bioinformatician' to deposit study metadata and the outputs from statistical analyses (e.g. differential expression, enrichment). These results are then exported to an interactive JavaScript dashboard that can be interrogated on the user’s local machine or deployed online to be explored by collaborators. The dashboard includes 'sortable' tables, interactive plots including network visualization, and fine-grained filtering based on statistical significance.


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1.8.0 by John Blischak, 2 months ago

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Authors: Terrence Ernst [aut] (Web application) , John Blischak [aut, cre] , Paul Nordlund [aut] (Web application) , Justin Moore [aut] (UpSet-related functions and web application) , Joe Dalen [aut] (Barcode functionality and web application) , Akshay Bhamidipati [aut] (Web application) , Brett Engelmann [aut] , Marco Curado [aut] (Improved plotting capabilities) , AbbVie Inc. [cph, fnd]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

MIT + file LICENSE license

Imports data.table, graphics, jsonlite, stats, tools, utils

Suggests faviconPlease, ggplot2, opencpu, tinytest, ttdo, UpSetR

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