Difference between revisions of "ExpressionView"

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== Flash applet ==
== Flash applet ==
[[Media:Expressionview.quickhelp.pdf|Short description of the ExpressionView features (taken from the tutorial above)]]
[[Media:Expressionview.quickhelp.pdf|Quick help (pdf)]]
[http://www2.unil.ch/cbg/software/expressionview/videos/Expressionview.videotutorial.getting.started.mov Getting started (video tutorial)]
[http://www2.unil.ch/cbg/software/expressionview/videos/Expressionview.videotutorial.tables.mov Using the tables (video tutorial)]
[http://www2.unil.ch/cbg/software/expressionview/videos/Expressionview.videotutorial.modularview.mov Modular view (video tutorial)]
[http://www2.unil.ch/cbg/software/expressionview/videos/Expressionview.videotutorial.view.mov View and Export functions (video tutorial)]
== Installing the stand-alone version ==  
== Installing the stand-alone version ==  

Revision as of 07:11, 3 December 2009

Screenshot of the ExpressionView applet

ExpressionView is an R package that provides an interactive environment to explore biclusters identified in gene expression data. A sophisticated ordering algorithm is used to present the biclusters in a visually appealing layout. From this overview, the user can select individual biclusters and access all the biologically relevant data associated with it. The package is aimed to facilitate the collaboration between bioinformaticians and life scientists who are not familiar with the R language.

Launch and download

Launch the ExpressionView Flash applet

Download the R package (includes the Flash applet)

Download the stand-alone viewer (adobe AIR)

If you prefer a stand-alone viewer, you can download and install the Adobe AIR build ExpressionView.air (right-click to download file).
To run the program, you need the AIR runtime environment which you can get from Adobe.
ExpressionView creates files associations to .evf files, allowing you to simply double-click on such files to launch the viewer and load the data.

Download sample data



There are several tutorials describing how to use ExpressionView:

R package

Flash applet

Quick help (pdf) Getting started (video tutorial) Using the tables (video tutorial) Modular view (video tutorial) View and Export functions (video tutorial)

Installing the stand-alone version

Additional documentation and downloads