From data to discovery using the LabKey Server open source platform

Elizabeth Nelson and Avital Sadot, LabKey Software

3:30 to 4:30 pm Monday, November 3rd M1-A305/307

Translational research teams must make sense of diverse types of data while collaborating across boundaries of systems, organizations, and expertise.

The LabKey Server open source platform ( helps such teams integrate, reproducibly analyze, and securely share not just clinical and specimen information, but also the complex results of high-throughput assays.

Over 100 installations of the LabKey Server platform serve translational research organizations all over the world, including the Statistica l Center for HIV & AIDS Research at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Atlas) and the Immune Tolerance Network (ITN TrialShare).

We will explore how these teams use LabKey Server to speed discovery, then demonstrate how LabKey Server’s pipeline and graphical interface can be used to analyze, visualize and selectively share RNASeq results.

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