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|Alternative name||Cancer Genome Workbench|
|Interface||Web user interface|
|Restrictions to use||None|
Publication for Cancer Genome Workbench
Databases and Web Tools for Cancer Genomics Study
[…] The Cancer Genome Work Bench (CGWB) is an effective tool with a focus on gene expression and mutations, CNV, and methylation . It provides an automated analysis pipeline for users to visualize and analyze genomic information and g […]
The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA): an immeasurable source of knowledge
[…] tcgabatcheffects) is a website that enables scientists to identify and quantify the batch effects accompanying TCGA data set, currently according to hierarchical clustering and enhanced PCA plots . Cancer Genome Workbench, CGWB (https://cgwb.nci.nih.gov/), is an application developed by the NCI to integrate and display sample-level genomic and transcription alterations in various cancers, from d […]
Discovery Analysis of TCGA Data Reveals Association between Germline Genotype and Survival in Ovarian Cancer Patients
[…] s in the majority of samples).It should be noted that not all the genomic regions contributing to these data have unique sequences. To assess this, we used the “mapability” criteria as implemented in CGWB : for each locus under consideration, we consider a sliding 75 base-pair window containing that locus and attempt to match it to other regions in the genome; the locus is flagged as unique if, fo […]
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