omicX marks a huge step forward in life science, as it helps to convert "big" data into "meaningful" data. It makes bioinformatics more accessible to every researcher including those who feel that this is beyond their reach. Critically, it also guarantees the reproducibility and traceability of data analyses.
It's a little like Waze or Google Maps but applied to scientific discovery and boosted
by scientific reasoning. Over time, one can imagine the platform becoming a hub
for researchers and a scientific assistant which can see and sound out the evolution
of scientific knowledge in real-time.
omicX is definitely a great website for finding the best resources to all kinds of biological analyses in real-time. It saves you a lot of time and removes all frustration allowing you to focus on extracting insights, rather than on having to look for a needle in a haystack. Plus, recent updates mean omicX is much more than just an index, as long as you are willing to scratch beneath the surface.
It's with great pride that the start-up explains how its users can reduce research
time – up to several months – and costs. It democratizes research by doing away
with the need for scientists to acquire coding skills to conduct
omicX is an extraordinary and truly unique tool, not only for providing a curated catalogue of almost every existing bioinformatics tool, but also for its ability to use this dictionary in an outstanding way to design and suggest optimal tool pipelines for analyzing specific problems or datasets! Furthermore, users can tweak any of the proposed pipelines or simply use them out of the box, and all this without specific programming language or operating system expertise - basically, now you no longer need high-level IT skills to be autonomous and create your own workable and efficient analysis pipelines.