Data Visualization

OncoRep: An n-of-1 reporting tool to support genome-guided treatment for breast cancer patients using RNA-sequencing

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Breast cancer comprises multiple tumor entities associated with different biological features and clinical behaviors, making individualized medicine a powerful tool to bring the right drug to the right patient. Next generation sequencing of RNA (RNA-Seq) is a suitable method to ...

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Qlucore Omics Explorer Makes RNA-Seq Analysis Simple

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RNA-seq data can now be analyzed just as easily as microarray data In recent years, transcriptomic profiling via next generation sequencing (RNA-seq) has emerged as both a technical and cost-effective alternative to arrays. Qlucore Omics Explorer 3.0 supports direct import ...

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Visualization of nucleotide substitutions in the (micro)transcriptome

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RNA-related applications of the next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies require context-specific interpretations: e.g., sequence mismatches may indicate sites of RNA editing, or uneven read coverage often points to mature form of microRNA. Existing visualization tools traditionally show RNA molecules in two ...

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Circleator: Flexible Circular Visualization of Genome-Associated Data

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Circleator is a Perl application that generates circular figures of genome-associated data. It leverages BioPerl to support standard annotation and sequence file formats and produces publication-quality SVG output. It is designed to be both flexible and easy to use. It ...

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Researchers Develop Tool to Better Visualize, Analyze Human Genomic & Transcriptomic Data

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Scientists at the University of Maryland have developed a new, web-based tool that enables researchers to quickly and easily visualize and compare large amounts of genomic information resulting from high-throughput sequencing experiments. The free tool, called Epiviz, was described in ...

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Revealing human-growth patterns in transcriptomic data

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Making sense of childhood growth  Background Dr Adam Stevens, is a human development systems biologist working in Professor Peter Clayton’s group at the UK’s University of Manchester. In addition to industrially-funded and commercially-sensitive research into drug responses, Dr. Stevens and ...

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