The latest news from The Hyve on Open Source solutions for bioinformatics

Adding your own annotations to mutations in cBioPortal

February 09, 2018 | By Sjoerd van Hagen 0
One of the key challenges in cancer research is to find patients that will respond well to targeted drug therapy. Specific mutations in a patient’s tumor can be an indication of the patient’s potential responsiveness to such therapy.
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Simple data loading into cBioPortal with Docker (Updated 2019)

December 28, 2017 | By Diana Baiceanu 4
In our recent blogpost we discussed an easy solution to set up a local instance of cBioPortal using Docker. The next step is to load a study into the database. In cBioPortal Datahub, there are plenty of public studies that have staging files[…]
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cBioPortal setup made easy using Docker (Updated 2019)

December 13, 2017 | By Diana Baiceanu 12
The easiest way to install and run cBioPortal is by using Docker. Below are the commands needed to easily install and configure all its dependencies and prerequisites.
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CIViC in cBioPortal

August 07, 2017 | By Sander Tan 0
CIViC, a resource for clinical interpretation of cancer variants, was added to cBioPortal by The Hyve. In the decade of precision medicine, accurate and clinically relevant information on variants in cancer patients is extremely important. This[…]
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Integrated GSVA Visualisation in cBioPortal

July 21, 2017 | By Sjoerd van Hagen 0
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The Hyve joins first cBioPortal hackathon

December 15, 2015 | By Pieter Lukasse 0
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[…]
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cBioPortal goes Open Source

May 04, 2015 | By Ward Weistra 0
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.
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