Gene Set Enrichment Analysis - GSEA
Qlucore Omics Explorer includes a comprehensive GSEA workbench for pathway and gene set enrichment analysis
Qlucore Omics Explorer is a D.I.Y next-generation bioinformatics software for research in life science, plant- and biotech industries, as well as academia. The powerful visualization-based data analysis tool with inbuilt powerful statistics delivers immediate results and provides instant exploration and visualization of big data.
SIMPLIFY YOUR GSEA ANALYSIS
The integrated Gene Set Enrichment Analysis (GSEA) workbench allows straightforward analysis of the biological context (pathways, ontology categories or any other relevant set of genes) in Qlucore Omics Explorer.
The workbench is integrated and works side by side with the other functionality in the program making it easy and fast to test different approaches. The integration makes it possible to export gene lists from the GSEA workbench to the variable list panel in the main program and continue detailed analysis of the underlying data based on the outcome of the GSEA analysis.
You can read more about Pathway analysis here.
The GSEA workbench
Watch a recorded webinar about the inbuilt GSEA workbench in Qlucore Omics Explorer.
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