PRESS RELEASE

Genedata Expressionist 6

Genedata has released Genedata Expressionist 6, a major new release of its enterprise system for omics data management. With new Refiner MS module capabilities for direct integration with leading mass spectrometry search engines, Genedata Expressionist 6 provides a platform for real-time biomarker discovery. New predefined workflow systems and visualisation enhancements are among additional features, which combine to create an intuitive omics analysis environment.

Genedata Expressionist, built on a highly scalable architecture, is capable of handling extremely large data sets and studies. It provides a single-point-of-access for experimental, proprietary and public data including sample information, raw and pre-processed data, and analyses results with reports and documentation. The dedicated Refiner modules for microarray and next-generation sequencing data readily extend the system beyond classical expression data to address the entire biomarker discovery and development workflow. Integrated omics data management and mapping technology support data analysis, biological interpretation, and decision making across key technologies.

The release of Genedata Expressionist 6 strengthens the power of this enterprise system for biologists and biostatisticians alike. This major new release includes Genedata Analyst. While also available as a standalone solution, Genedata Analyst is integral to the Genedata Expressionist system. It supports hundreds of users and billions of data points per user session. Capabilities for sophisticated data analysis and visualization combine with a comprehensive set of statistical approaches and interface to third-part algorithms.

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