Subio Platform is a high quality software platform for omics data analysis. The rich visual aid helps your understanding and convincing what you're doing at every step of the way.
It supports gene expression microarrays, ChIP-on-chip, CGH array, RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, proteomics and other omics data.
See What You Can Do with Subio Platform (Free):
- Line Graph
- Drag on Line Graph to select genes, which are also selected in the annotation table below at a same time.
- Scatter Plot (Measurements)
- Compare data distribution of two samples. You can easily assign samples to axes by drag & drop.
- Tree View
- A tree view visualizes a result of hierarchical clustering. You can easily traverse nodes by navigation buttons.
- Scatter Plot (Samples)
- Scatter Plot (Samples) visualizes a result of PCA. Colors of spots and arrows help your understanding.
- Venn Diagram
- Drag & drop a Measurement List on circles, then click area of extracting genes.
- Genome View
- You can visualize and search genomic location associated data like ChIP-chip/-seq, CGH and tiling array.
- Pathway View
- Pathway View displays expression pattern on metabolic or signaling pathways. It helps biological interpretation.
Data Browser and Repository:
Subio Platform is independent from platforms and manufacturers. You can import any kind of microarray data (Affymetrix, Agilent, NimbleGen, etc.), NGS derived ChIP-seq or RNA-seq data and MS derived proteomics or metabolomics data. Even if you don’t have your own, thousands of data are now available from public databases like NCBI’s Gene Expression Omnibus (GEO). Why don’t you make use of them with Subio Platform?
Turnkey Data Sharing:
Statistical analysis is only a part of omics study, and is needed to share with wet researchers for biological discovery. Subio Series Archive (SSA) is a turnkey data sharing format which conveys raw experimental data files, results of statistical analysis, gene annotations, sample information, reference papers, cell images and other related information. Export a ssa file and send it to anybody you want to share. They can easily import it by drag-and-drop on Subio Platform, to see what you saw on their PCs or Macs. Such a rich communication medium is essential for the new life science.
Various analysis tools are provided as plug-ins. Because most users don’t need all analytical functions all the time, buying plug-ins which and when you really need is absolutely reasonable. Although a valid license is required to run tools of a plug-in, you don’t need to view saved results in Subio Platform. Neither do colleagues to whom you send ssa files.
If you don't have plug-ins, you can analyze data by exporting a data table from Subio Platform and importing it to R (and Bioconductor) or other statistical tools. In such cases, Subio Platform is still useful as a data browser.