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Explanation of User-Specific Analysis Results
- This page contains results for all of your analyses submitted through the exRNA Atlas analysis tools.
- Use each Click to View link to view the results associated with a given analysis.
List of ToolsBelow, you can read more about the different analysis tools offered by the exRNA Atlas.
Dimensionality Reduction Plotting Tool
- Visualize selected Atlas data via PCA and tSNE embedding.
- Choose between three different plotting styles (ggplot2, plotly 2D, and plotly 3D).
- Pick between four different RNA categories (miRNA, piRNA, tRNA, snRNA) for your visualization.
- Color your plots by various metadata categories like dataset, anatomical location, condition, and biofluid name.
- Use filters to add or remove different datasets and biofluids from a given plot (with dynamically adjusted counts for each option).
- Note that these filters are purely visual and do not recompute the PCA or tSNE values.
- Tool designed and implemented by James Diao and Joel Rozowsky at the Gerstein Lab, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
- Integrated into the exRNA Atlas by William Thistlethwaite and Andrew R. Jackson at the Bioinformatics Research Lab, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.
- Use Pathway Finder (hosted by WikiPathways) to find pathways containing miRNAs of interest (or protein targets of those miRNAs).
- Currently, the top ten differentially expressed miRNAs (via DESeq2) are used for analysis.
- Click a given pathway title to visualize its contents at the bottom of the page.
- Then, select a given miRNA to highlight its associated target(s).
- The pathway visualization is interactive - zoom in or out by using the + and - icons, and click a given gene product to learn more about it.
- Tool designed and implemented by Kristina Hanspers, Anders Riutta, and Alexander Pico at the Gladstone Institutes, San Francisco, CA.
- Integrated into the exRNA Atlas by William Thistlethwaite and Neethu Shah at the Bioinformatics Research Lab, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.