Richard Simon1, Amy Lam2, Ming-Chung Li2, Michael Ngan2, Supriya Menenzes2 and Yingdong Zhao1
1Biometric Research Branch, National Cancer Institute, 9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda MD.
2Emmes Corporation, Rockville MD. 3SRA International, Rockville MD.
Type: Application Note
Abstract: BRB-ArrayTools is an integrated software system for the comprehensive analysis of DNA microarray experiments. It was developed by professional biostatisticians experienced in the design and analysis of DNA microarray studies and incorporates methods developed by leading statistical laboratories. The software is designed for use by biomedical scientists who wish to have access to state-of-the-art statistical methods for the analysis of gene expression data and to receive training in the statistical analysis of high dimensional data. The software provides the most extensive set of tools available for predictive classifier development and complete cross-validation. It offers extensive links to genomic websites for gene annotation and analysis tools for pathway analysis. An archive of over 100 datasets of published microarray data with associated clinical data is provided and BRB-ArrayTools automatically imports data from the Gene Expression Omnibus public archive at the National Center for Biotechnology Information.
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