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See how you can use GenomeSpace to carry out a rich, multi-data type, multi-tool computational analysis without programming at "Gene Networks in Cancer”. This tutorial describes the end-to-end workflow for GenomeSpace’s driving biological project, which identifies and visualizes gene regulatory networks in human cancer stem cells as previously published in Wong et al. 2008, and Ben-Porath et al. 2008. More >>
Find out more about GenomeSpace at the 2015 American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) meeting in Baltimore, October 6 to 10. Look for us at an Interactive Invited Workshop (room 337) on Friday, October 9 at 7:15 AM, and contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you want to meet to discuss how GenomeSpace can help you. More >>See All News Highlights
The GenomeSpace Data Manager was originally built to save the files you upload to GenomeSpace in an Amazon Simple Storage System (S3) bucket that is managed by GenomeSpace itself. However you can add additional Amazon S3 buckets to GenomeSpace that you or a third party has set up to make the file contents available to your GenomeSpace and your GenomeSpace tools. For buckets that are publicly accessible, you only need to tell GenomeSpace the name of the bucket to mount it. However, for private buckets, or those with limited non-public accessibility, the process is more complex, requiring you to set up a sub-account and the minimal permissions in Amazon to share the bucket with GenomeSpace. Once a bucket has been mounted in GenomeSpace, you can share it with other GenomeSpace users using the standard GenomeSpace sharing dialogs. More >>
For developers who would like to integrate the GenomeSpace UI (GSUI) into their web sites, there is a little-known feature you can use to open the GenomeSpace UI on a particular directory. More >>See All Posts