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GranatumX: A community engaging and flexible software environment for single-cell analysis

By Xun Zhu, Breck Yunits, Thomas Wolfgruber, Yu Liu, Qianhui Huang, Olivier Poirion, Cédric Arisdakessian, Tianying Zhao, David Garmire, Lana Garmire

Posted 06 Aug 2018
bioRxiv DOI: 10.1101/385591

We present GranatumX, the next-generation software environment for single-cell data analysis. It enables biologists access to the latest single-cell bioinformatics methods in a graphical environment. It also offers software developers the opportunity to rapidly promote their own tools with others in customizable pipelines. The architecture of GranatumX allows for easy inclusion of plugin modules, named “Gboxes”, that wrap around bioinformatics tools written in various programming languages. GranatumX can be run in the cloud or private servers, and generate reproducible results. It is expected to become a community-engaging, flexible, and evolving software ecosystem for scRNA-Seq analysis, connecting developers with bench scientists. GranatumX is freely accessible at: <http://garmiregroup.org/granatumx/app>

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