Bioinformatics Analysis of T-Cell and B-Cell Immune Repertoires

A comprehensive framework for bioinformatics exploratory analysis of bulk and single-cell T-cell receptor and antibody repertoires. It provides seamless data loading, analysis and visualisation for AIRR (Adaptive Immune Receptor Repertoire) data, both bulk immunosequencing (RepSeq) and single-cell sequencing (scRNAseq). It implements most of the widely used AIRR analysis methods, such as: clonality analysis, estimation of repertoire similarities in distribution of clonotypes and gene segments, repertoire diversity analysis, annotation of clonotypes using external immune receptor databases and clonotype tracking in vaccination and cancer studies. A successor to our previously published 'tcR' immunoinformatics package (Nazarov 2015) .


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install.packages("immunarch")

0.6.5 by Vadim I. Nazarov, 4 months ago


https://immunarch.com/, https://github.com/immunomind/immunarch


Report a bug at https://github.com/immunomind/immunarch/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/immunarch


Authors: Vadim I. Nazarov [aut, cre] , Vasily O. Tsvetkov [aut] , Eugene Rumynskiy [aut] , Anna Lorenc [ctb] , Daniel J. Moore [ctb] , Victor Greiff [ctb] , ImmunoMind [cph, fnd]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


AGPL-3 license


Imports factoextra, fpc, UpSetR, pheatmap, ggrepel, reshape2, circlize, MASS, Rtsne, readr, readxl, shiny, shinythemes, airr, ggseqlogo, stringr, ggalluvial, Rcpp, magrittr, tibble, methods, scales, ggpubr, rlang, plyr, dbplyr

Depends on ggplot2, dplyr, dtplyr, data.table, patchwork

Suggests knitr, roxygen2, testthat, pkgdown, assertthat

Linking to Rcpp


See at CRAN