See the Omics Dashboard Help document for more information, or choose one of the links in the examples table below to see the Omics Dashboard in action on an example dataset.
See the Omics Dashboard without omics data to see the full set of systems, subsystems, and the genes that comprise them for the currently selected organism.
Please cite the Omics Dashboard as Paley et al. (2017) "The Omics Dashboard for interactive exploration of gene-expression data", Nucleic Acids Research 45:12113-24.
Performance Note: While uploading a large dataset to the dashboard may take some time to process initially, if you are experiencing ongoing performance issues while interacting with the dashboard, we recommend you try one of the following:
|Data Type||Organism||Example Description||Display on Dashboard||Link to Data|
|None||Currently selected organism||This display shows the organization of the dashboard for the current organism (the set of systems and subsystems available), but without any data loaded.||Display on Dashboard|
|Transcriptomics||Escherichia coli||This RNA-Seq time series dataset depicting the anaerobic to aerobic transition in E. coli, is derived from GSE71562, von Wulffen et al, PMID 27384956, and has been normalized using the TPM approach. The dataset has been filtered to include only genes w/ fold-change > +/- 2 and p-value < .05.||Display on Dashboard||Link to Data|
|Transcriptomics||Escherichia coli||This is a more complete version of the above dataset. It includes data for every gene, for all three replicates, including columns of significance values. It therefore can be used to demonstrate the replicate averaging and enrichment analysis capabilities of the dashboard. Due to the large size of this dataset, it can be expected to take much longer to load into the dashboard than the filtered dataset above.||Display on Dashboard||Link to Data|
|Metabolomics||Homo sapiens||This dataset is derived from dataset ST000061 in the Metabolomics Workbench data repository, and contains metabolome profiling results of subcutaneous vs. visceral adipose tissue in 60 human individuals with colon cancer. Data from the 60 individuals was averaged to produce the values in this dataset.||Display on Dashboard||Link to Data|