Through collaboration on open source software, we have successfully enhanced the cBioPortal platform by optimizing and extending it with new features. Click on the poster below to read it in full. You can also learn more about cBioPortal in our Solutions section. You can contact us for more information about each of the features and the release version […]
17-19 October the Netherlands Cancer Institute hosted the 2015 tranSMART Foundation Annual Meeting. With three days of talks, trainings, discussions, poster sessions and over 160 attendees this year’s meeting has been the largest meeting up until now. Together with CTMM TraIT and IMI TRANSLOCATION we gave 4 talks in the science and technology tracks, displayed 3 […]
Last week we had the privilege of joining the first cBioPortal hackathon, hosted by Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. The group (with developers from MSKCC, Dana Farber, The Hyve and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre) was divided into four smaller groups working on important topics for the short term like performance improvements and improved data loading […]
The Hyve hosted a company visit for the RSG. This event was a rewarding opportunity to provide insight into the various activities and working philosophy of the company. Around 20 young bioinformaticians from all over the Netherlands attended this successful company visit. (PhD-) students and young professionals from the fields of bioinformatics and systems biology […]
The cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics provides visualization, analysis and download of large-scale cancer genomics data sets. The code, which was developed at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has recently been put into the public domain under a GNU Affero General Public License v3.0, and the Pistoia Alliance is exploring ways to build a sustainable community […]
The cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics is a well known, and well loved, interface for interactive analysis of cancer data. It has been developed, maintained and is also heavily used by the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. The public portal allows you to view the data from 89 cancer studies, including all studies from […]
This blogpost comments on the popularity of tranSMART, an open source platform for translational research, and lays out some perspectives on where tranSMART should go, from a community, code and content perspective.
A year ago, tranSMART was the internal research datawarehouse for translational research at Johnson & Johnson, and for a number of projects in which J&J companies participated, such as IMI U-BIOPRED. It had already quite some traction at that moment, including a CIO 100 award and a Bio-IT World Best Practices Award, both in 2010. But […]