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A comparison between PCA and hierarchical clustering

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Advice from Charlotte Soneson, Qlucore Introduction Graphical representations of high-dimensional data sets are at the backbone of straightforward exploratory analysis and hypothesis generation. Within the life sciences, two of the most commonly used methods for this purpose are heatmaps combined ...

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Qlucore announces partnership with TATAA Biocenter

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Qlucore, a leader in the development of bioinformatics software, has announced a partnership with TATAA Biocenter, the world´s premier organizer of hands-on training in molecular diagnostics and Europe´s leading provider of genomic services. TATAA will use Qlucore’s Omics Explorer software ...

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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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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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