The Hyve is partner in the recently started project RADAR-CNS, a research programme by the Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) with a focus on new ways to monitor and treat brain disorders. The project has a 22 million euro budget, and focuses on[…]
In the MRC MATURA project The Hyve has been working with Queen Mary University London to enable GWAS analysis within tranSMART for Postgres, sponsored by Janssen. As detailed below, we have ported the GWAS functionality in Oracle to Postgres, set[…]
Last week we had the privilege of joining the first cBioPortal hackathon, hosted by Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. The group (with developers from MSKCC, Dana Farber, The Hyve and Princess Margaret Cancer Centre) was divided into four[…]
One of challenges we had to tackle this year for one our customers, The Maastricht Study, was building a Data Download Portal for tranSMART. TranSMART allows you to export all the data just fine by itself, so you might ask why would you need a[…]
The Hyve, together with Proventa International, organized its first Innovation Spotlight Session on Open Source Technologies for Precision Medicine. We were honored with a great attendance from industry and academia and were happy to see new ideas[…]
During the TranSMART architectural workshop we have discussed the future of TranSMART from a developer perspective. We focussed on creating a solid but flexible, maintainable architecture on which we can build new features without losing too much[…]
On a nice spring evening Tim and I flew to Copenhagen to meet up with the people of Gritsystems. Together we form the technical heart of the implementation team of the ND4BB InfoCenter (a repository for preclinical and clinical data to facilitate[…]
The cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics is a well known, and well loved, interface for interactive analysis of cancer data. It has been developed, maintained and is also heavily used by the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.
New scientific discoveries increasingly rely on the integration of data from different types of experiments. The Hyve has extensive experience with using the open source tranSMART platform for the storage and analysis of this multi-omics data.