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New Video: Bioinformatics at Yale

19 October 2017 - 10:18am by Caitlin Meyer

You probably know that the Cushing/Whitney Medical Library offers support for bioinformatics projects, but do you know exactly where we fit into the high-throughput omics research data cycle? In this new video produced by CWML staff, you can see a sampling of the tools and services we offer throughout the process.

Highlighted resources include:

Qlucore Omics Explorer, a tool that facilitates a dynamic analysis of omics data, applicable to various phases of a discovery cycle. Qlucore helps you visualize, QC, apply statistics, and create publication-ready graphics, such as 3D Principal Component Analysis, heat maps, and various 2D plots.

Partek Flow software, a program that is used for the analysis of next-generation sequencing data including RNA, small RNA, and DNA sequencing. Partek Flow provides a graphical user interface that allows building your own custom analysis pipelines for alignment, quantification, quality control, statistics, and visualization.

Ingenuity Pathway Analysis, a web-based software application for the analysis, integration, and interpretation of the data derived from omics experiments, ranging from microarrays and metabolomics to smaller scale experiments that generate gene and chemical lists.

And, finally, MetaCore, a systems biology analysis suite containing information that can be used to perform pathway enrichment, network building, target discovery, and more.

For more information on Bioinformatics at Yale, contact Rolando Garcia-Milian.