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The Genomic HyperBrowser

The Bioinformatics core facility take part in the the development of the Genomic HyperBrowser, a software performing statistical analysis of sequence-level genomic information.  The software is built on the Galaxy platform, and is developed to meet the needs from many different users. The paper describing the software is found here. Short introductions and tutorials to the HyperBrowser can be found here.


The Bioinformatics Core Facility provides its users at the institutions of Helse Sør-Øst, including Oslo University Hospital, with a range of services within bioinformatics, including analysis of high-throughput sequencing data, microarray data, protein structure analysis, statistical genomics and access to useful databases and web services. The services are also available for the University of Oslo and other institutions as per request and arrangement, and equal preference is given to all Helse Sør-Øst users. 


The Bioinformatics Core Facility is partially funded by Helse Sør-Øst, as well as the pan-European research infrastructure ELIXIR and collaborates closely with the National Bioinformatics Platform.


Pricing is equal for all academic users, with various schemes based on estimated work effort, i.e. per hour, or larger chunks of work required.

Last updated 28.09.2016 by Eivind Hovig