Ordino: a visual cancer analysis tool for ranking and exploring genes, cell lines and tissue samples

Ordino Teaser

Abstract

Ordino is a web-based analysis tool for cancer genomics that allows users to flexibly rank, filter and explore genes, cell lines and tissue samples based on pre-loaded data, including The Cancer Genome Atlas, the Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia and manually uploaded information. Interactive tabular data visualization that facilitates the user-driven prioritization process forms a core component of Ordino. Detail views of selected items complement the exploration. Findings can be stored, shared and reproduced via the integrated session management.

Citation

BibTeX

@article{2019_bioinformatics_ordino,
  title = {Ordino: a visual cancer analysis tool for ranking and exploring genes, cell lines and tissue samples},
  author = {Marc Streit and Samuel Gratzl and Holger Stitz and Andreas Wernitznig and Thomas Zichner and Christian Haslinger},
  journal = {Bioinformatics},
  publisher = {Oxford University Press},
  doi = {10.1093/bioinformatics/btz009},
  year = {2019}
}

Acknowledgements

We thank Christian Lehner for contributions to the implementation of the tool as well as Daniel Gerlach, Markus Bauer, and Anita Steiner for their contributions to data preparation and data handling. This work was supported by the Austrian Science Fund (P27975-NBL), the State of Upper Austria (FFG 851460), and Boehringer Ingelheim RCV. We thank Christian Lehner for contributions to the implementation of the tool as well as Daniel Gerlach, Markus Bauer and Anita Steiner for their contributions to data preparation and data handling.