The VAMP software (Visualization and Analysis of array-CGH, transcriptome and other Molecular Profiles)allows the visual comparison of the array-CGH profiles of a cohort of patients, or the confrontation of array-CGH, expression and loss of heterozygosity profiles. VAMP offers many functionalities such as computing recurrent alterations, clustering profiles, crossing with clinical or biological annotations, performing syntenic projection onto the genome of another species.
RNA Scoop is a tool to visualize isoforms in single cell transcriptomes. Through use of an interactive cell cluster plot, users are able to explore isoforms in a single-cell transcriptome dataset of thousands of cells.
CStone is a de novo assembler for RNA-Seq data that uses de Bruijn like graphs and annotates each contig produced with one of three graph classification levels indicating whether or not it can be guaranteed to be non chimeric.
miRDeep-P (miRDP) is a tool which can be used to detecting miRNAs in plants from deeply sequenced small RNA libraries. It was developed by modifying miRDeep, which is based on a probabilistic model of miRNA biogenesis in animals, with a plant-specific scoring system and filtering criteria.
miRDP2 is adopted from miRDeep-P (miRDP) with new strategies and overhauled algorithm.
TranscriptSimulator: Simple text-based, next-gen output simulator. Specifically designed to simulate transcriptome next-gen reads, including 454 and Illumina. Uses a model to simulate transcription followed by simulated sequencing using various customizable parameters. Uses a nucleotide gene set as a template (e.g. in silico predicted gene set). Version 0.70 has simulated SNPs/Indels with an improved model.