Archive for March, 2011

Paper Revision

Friday, March 25th, 2011

This week I submitted the revision to my manuscript. Without sounding too cheesy I really think that the software improved as a result of the review process. For example, it is now possible to run DESeq as an option for calculating gene expression statistics. This package makes it possible to do population-based statistics. Revised manuscript: […]

Columbia Medical School and Annotation Factory

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Just got back from a really fun trip to New York City. I visited my colleagues in the Maniatis Lab at Columbia medical school. I got a chance to work with Sean O’Keeffe who is running ExpressionPlot there. He has set up gbrowse for some of the data over there. It it a fantastic user […]

iDEA Challenge 2011: Illumina’s Data Excellence Award

Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

Illumina is holding a data visualization contest to promote the development of new ideas for visualizing high throughput sequencing data. I think ExpressionPlot fits the bill well since it makes it easy for all biologists to create the types of plots necessary for interpreting their RNA-Seq data and comparing it with other data sets.

A web-based framework for analysis of RNA-Seq and microarray gene expression data