In a previous blog on Glowing Bear we highlighted its visualization features, based on data stored in the tranSMART 17.1 data warehouse. The advantage of Glowing Bear is that it allows users without any programming skills to perform queries and[…]
After already attending the first European OHDSI Symposium in March 2018, I now had the pleasure of visiting the annual symposium in Washington in October. Representing the Hyve together with Kees, we learned about all the developments going on in[…]
Why develop an identity and access management tool yourself, when a perfectly good solution is already available? In this blog we discuss what makes Keycloak such an attractive open-source tool and how it works with Glowing Bear and cBioPortal.
The RADAR-base platform collects a wealth of sensor data from smartphones and wearable devices. User-friendly and highly adaptable data visualisations help scientists to analyse the data at individual participant level or at study level.
Last month we enjoyed the privilege of joining the latest cBioPortal hackathon, this time hosted by MSKCC at the New York Genome Center and counting with the participation of The Hyve, Dana Farber, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Children's[…]
At The Hyve we aim to improve life sciences, but also to create ‘Happy Hyvers’. The 68th edition of the Utrecht Singelloop run is happening on October 7th. Following the tradition of the last 3 years, a team of ten runners is participating in the[…]
Everyone involved in scientific research knows that the credibility of conclusions drawn from a study, increases with the number of participants. As Big Data has enabled analysis of medical data from large numbers of patients and a vast number of[…]
The cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics has recently incorporated a new feature developed by The Hyve which allows for visualization of the Fraction of Genome Altered or the Total Mutations in the Plots tab.