OntoloBridge, a new platform designed to bridge the gap between regular users of controlled scientific vocabularies and the creators of underlying ontologies, has been developed under a collaborative U01 grant by the University of Miami, Stanford University, and Collaborative Drug Discovery (CDD). The novel platform is now available through the BioPortal Ontology Repository. Read more “Novel Platform Connects Users and Developers of Scientific Vocabularies”
iLINCS (http://ilincs.org) is an integrative web-based platform for analysis of omics data and signatures of cellular perturbations. The portal facilitates analysis of user-submitted omics signatures of diseases and cellular perturbations in the context of a large compendium of pre-computed signatures (>200,000), Read more “Connecting Omics Signatures of Diseases, Drugs, and Mechanisms of Actions with iLINCS”
The ability to generate massive amounts of data with “omics” analysis begs the need for a tool to analyze and prioritize the biological relevance of this information. GeneGo provides a solution for using “omics” gene lists to generate and prioritize hypotheses with MetaCore. This tutorial highlights how to work with different types of data (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and interaction data) beginning with how to upload gene lists and expression data (if available).