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Old 03-27-2014, 11:17 AM   #5
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Hi All,

For what it's worth, we're committed to making this sort of data more freely available and usable by the community. In that spirt, we've included a freely available reference library of genomics data in our product, GenePool. This library happens to include the RNASeqV2 gene-level counts computed by the UNC pipeline that leveraged RSEM. We've also taken the time to extract and curate the sample-level metadata and make it easily available to researchers to subset the samples, and analyze the data accordingly. For more advanced users, you can easily just export out the counts and sample level metadata and get into more high-powered statistical analyses, that hopefully some day we just roll right back into the GenePool platform :-)

Incidentally, we've also included the isoform-, splice-junction-, and exon-level counts as part of GenePool's premium content.

If you're interested in learning more, please check out GenePool's growing genomics library, check out the following threads:

We'd love to have your feedback on this effort.

GenePool is making genomics data management, analysis, and sharing easier!
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