GeneXplorer is a web application that allows clustered microarray
data to be browsed interactively via the web, and can be used either
for research purposes, or for providing web supplements to accompany
- Demo & Screenshots
GeneXplorer has been used to provide several web supplements for
papers arising from data in the Stanford Microarray Database. As an
J Lapointe, C Li, JP Higgins, M van de Rijn, E Bair, K Montgomery, M Ferrari, L Egevad, W Rayford, U Bergerheim, et al: Gene expression profiling identifies clinically relevant subtypes of prostate cancer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2004, 101:811-6.
GeneXplorer is written in Perl, and thus requires a system that is
capable of running Perl.
GeneXplorer also requires the following modules:
In addition, GeneXplorer requires the C-program, correlations, which
is included in the distribution. This must be compiled with an ANSI
compatible compiler, such as gcc.
- See the README file at the download site (see below)
- Gavin Sherlock.
- GeneXplorer is freely available under the MIT license from CPAN.