Chipster is a versatile data analysis platform with an intuitive graphical user interface. It currently contains a comprehensive collection of analysis tools for microarray and NGS data. The Chipster platform has also been used for sequence analysis.
Chipster platform is a distributed system with various backend services and an intuitive web app that has been developed in a usability oriented manner. Different analysis tools can be plugged in, while support for R/Bioconductor integration is emphasised. The backend system is written in Java and TypeScript. See the technical documentation for more information.
Chipster has been originally developed by CSC- IT Center for Science. A running Chipster system is available at our Chipster at CSC site.
Chipster is licensed under the MIT License. See license.txt inside the source code repository for details.
- Technical documentation
- Release notes
- Tutorials (provided by CSC)
- User manual (provided by CSC)
- Chipster at CSC (provided by CSC)
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