InSilico DB genomic datasets hub: an efficient starting point for analyzing genome-wide studies in GenePattern, Integrative Genomics Viewer, and R/Bioconductor

Alain Coletta, Colin Molter, Robin Duqué, David Steenhoff, Jonatan Taminau, Virginie De Schaetzen Van Brienen, Stijn Meganck, Vasile Cosmin Lazar, David Venet, Vincent Detours, Ann Nowe, Hugues Bersini, David Y. Weiss-Solis

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Abstract

Genomics datasets are increasingly useful for gaining biomedical insights, with adoption in the clinic underway. However, multiple hurdles related to data management stand in the way of their efficient large-scale utilization. The solution proposed is a web-based data storage hub. Having clear focus, flexibility and adaptability, InSilico DB seamlessly connects genomics dataset repositories to state-of-the-art and free GUI and command-line data analysis tools. The InSilico DB platform is a powerful collaborative environment, with advanced capabilities for biocuration, dataset sharing, and dataset subsetting and combination. InSilico DB is available from https://insilicodb.org.
Original languageEnglish
Article numberR104
Number of pages13
JournalGenome Biology
Volume13
Issue number11
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Keywords

  • microarray data

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