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GenePattern 2.0.2 ReleaseGenePattern 2.0.2 is now available. This release for the GenePattern server contains the following minor additions and fixes:
2. Updated ModulesTwo updated modules are available in the GenePattern module repository:
To install the updated modules, open the GenePattern Web Client and click install/update tasks under the
Tasks and Pipelines heading in the right column, as described in
Installing and Updating Tasks
in the GenePattern Web Client Guide.
For comprehensive documentation on the modules in the repository, see our
3. New GSEA ModuleA new module, GSEA, is available in the GenePattern module repository. GSEA runs the Gene Set Enrichment Analysis; a computational method that determines whether an a priori defined set of genes shows statistically significant, concordant differences between two phenotypes (Subramanian & Tamayo, 2005). The GSEA module runs the same implementation that can be found in the standalone GSEA package (http://www.broad.mit.edu/gsea/).
3. Talk to UsPlease let us know how you're using GenePattern!
User SurveyWe'd like to know how GenePattern is working for you. Our user survey is a brief online form that lets you give us feedback about the software, documentation, and other aspects of using GenePattern. Your responses are greatly appreciated - they help us to understand how GenePattern is being used and how to make it a more valuable tool.
PublicationsIf you've published a paper that makes use of GenePattern, we'd love to hear about it: email the GenePattern team. Even if you are just using GenePattern in a novel way, let us know!
For future papers, please note that we've updated the GenePattern citation:
Early AdoptersIf you'd like early access to new GenePattern releases to help us test new GenePattern features, please let us know.
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