- Web usage
- Tool methods and WEB forms help
To cite Babelomics 4.0 in publications please use the following article:
Medina I, Carbonell J, Pulido L, Madeira S, Goetz S, Conesa A, Tárraga J, Pascual-Montano A, Nogales-Cadenas R, Santoyo J, García F, Marbà M, Montaner D and Dopazo J (2010).
Babelomics: an integrative platform for the analysis of transcriptomics, proteomics and genomic data with advanced functional profiling.
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- Babelomics Tutorial: A Wiki for detailed information of the web functionality and worked examples has been built here
- Upload Data: This is the unique data entry point to Babelomics. All data files you will need to use in your analysis should be uploaded using this form. See documentation
- Getting started: Learn in 5 minutes how to upload and analyze a microarray experiment . See documentation
- How to edit dataset: This form will allow you to modify uploaded data. You can, for instance, add new rows or columns to your numerical matrices.
- Data types: See all data types that Babelomics deals with; either as input data or as a result output.
Tool methods and WEB forms help¶
- Preprocessing: You can find in this menu all tools for data preprocessing, including microarray normalization, id conversion and gene annotation.
- Expression: Under this section you will find the tools for gene expression analysis including differential gene expression, predictors and class discovery. These tools were previously developed in GEPAS, now integrated into Babelomics. See documentation
- Genomic : Tools to analyze SNP data from GWAS (Genome-Wide Association Studies) and TDTs. See documentation
- Functional profiling : Many options for the functional interpretation of the genomic data previously analyzed in the above sections. See documentation
- Utilities: Some utilities for the most common visualization of genomic row and analyzed data. See documentation
- Software and databases used: Here you will find information about the software and databases that have been used for building Babelomics. See documentation
- Web services: Work in progress
- Command Line Interface (CLI): Work in progress
- Developers: History of the Babelomics 4.0 development SDK
Find here a collection of references arranged by topics
Frequently asked questions¶
You can browse the most typical questions here