National Genomics Data Center

BIG Search

BIG Search is a scalable text search engine built based on ElasticSearch (a highly scalable open-source full-text search and analytics engine based on Apache Lucene). It features cross-domain search and facilitates users to gain access to a wide range of biomedical data, not only from BIGD databases but also partner databases throughout the world.

e.g., PRJCA000126;SAMC000385;tp53;EGFR; human; KaKs_Calculator; GenBank

Total 675 record(s) from BioCode

tool: Significance Analysis of Function and Expression
basicInfo: illustrated with a microarray dataset of human lung carcinomas and gene categories based on Gene
tool: HAMMER
basicInfo: silico mass spectral libraries in an automated and high-throughput fashion with little or no human
tool: clusterProfiler
basicInfo: three species, including humans, mice, and yeast. Methods provided in this package can be easily
tool: GPU-copy number variation
basicInfo: human genome and are involved in a wide range of common human diseases. Different computational, methods have been devised to detect this type of SVs and to study how they are implicated in human
tool: VAR-MD
basicInfo: /software/var-md/), for analyzing the DNA sequence variants produced by human ES. VAR-MD generates a, Polymorphism Database and Human Gene Mutation Database, continue to improve.
tool: Bayesian Analysis of Gene EssentiaLity
basicInfo: magnitude.Using BAGEL, we identify ~2000 fitness genes in pooled library knockout screens in human cell
tool: deltaSVM
basicInfo: Most variants implicated in common human disease by genome-wide association studies (GWAS) lie in
tool: BrainMap
basicInfo: human brain structure and function. Capitalizing on these standards, the BrainMap project offers
tool: Vipie
basicInfo: unmapped reads against known human and bacterial ribosome references. Secured interactive results are, references such as human genome and bacterial ribosomal genes are optionally removed from unmapped ('dark
tool: PromoterExplorer
basicInfo: databases, including the EPD, DBTSS, GenBank and human chromosome 22. Experimental results show that consistent and promising performance can be achieved.