Qlucore Omics Explorer allows you to easily generate Volcano plots.
Qlucore Omics Explorer is a D.I.Y next-generation bioinformatics software for research in life science, biotech, food and plant 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.
Continuous overview and interaction with data and analysis
With Qlucore Omics Explorer you have extensive freedom on how to analyze and visualize your data.
The Volcano plot separates and displays your variables in two groups - upregulated and downregulated (based on the test you have performed. The plot is interactive and will instantly update if you change the p-value or fold change cut-off. Extensive coloring options will assist you in highlighting your preferred genes, you can also label them and create a list of genes directly from the plot.
The Volcano plot works in perfect harmony and synchronization with all other plot types, such as heatmap, Venn, PCA, box, bar, genome and scatter plots.
It is straightforward to configure plots for a layout that will meet your requirements and those of a potential reviewer.
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Qlucore Omics Explorer is used by scientists and corporations across the globe.
“What I like about Qlucore Omics Explorer is that it really allows scientists such as myself to work hands on with data. By using Qlucore’s software we are now able to look at our data with different hypotheses and with the help of our colleagues this becomes much more a discovery-based science."
Dr. Kevin Wei
Brigham and Women´s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
"Qlucore allows me to do analysis on my own. There are things that I know are biologically relevant that I can check on the fly."
Professor of Medicine, Md Anderson cancer Center, Houston, TX, USA
"Not only was the software highly interactive, but it could also be easily understood by biologists, even if they had little or no previous knowledge of bioinformatics."
Division of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at Queen’s Medical Centre (QMC), University of Nottingham, UK