Introducing BioGPS 2.0

The BioGPS team is very excited to announce the public release of BioGPS version 2.0! There are a bunch of changes included in this update: 1. New logo As mentioned in a previous blog post the BioGPS team decided that it was time for a new logo. After considering the many great submissions from our logo contest we are happy to officially unveil the winner, which is now being used site-wide. 2....
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New Year, New Features — Gene List Export

Welcome back to our New Year, New Features Series, where we’re kicking off 2011 with a bounty of new goodies for all BioGPS users. This week we’re introducing a small but very handy feature … Exporting Gene Lists Have you got a few gene lists saved in BioGPS, and you’re ready to do more? If you want to perform gene enrichment analysis (e.g. GSEA, DAVID) or any other...
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New Year, New Features — Retired Gene Support

Welcome back to our New Year, New Features Series, where we’re kicking off 2011 with a bounty of new goodies for all BioGPS users. This week we’re announcing support for… Retired Gene IDs The annotation about any given gene is constantly updated as our knowledge of the genome expands. We regularly update the underlying gene annotation data behind BioGPS, roughly once per month....
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New Year, New Features — Interactive Charts

Welcome back to our New Year, New Features Series, where we’re kicking off 2011 with a bounty of new goodies for all BioGPS users. This week features a major update of our most popular plugin… Interactive HTML5 Expression/Activity Charts! “Gene Expression/Activity Chart” is by far the most popular BioGPS plugin. Many of our users visit BioGPS routinely to check their...
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New Year, New Features — Xenopus support

Happy new year, everyone! We’re kicking off 2011 with a bounty of new features for all BioGPS users. There’s so much to tell, we’re giving each goody its own article in our new weekly series: New Year, New Features. First up, we’re getting things hoping with a new model organism… BioGPS now supports Xenopus tropicalis genes! For those who aren’t familiar with...
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RSS feed for new plugins

Staying up-to-date with the newest plugins registered in the plugin library at BioGPS is now easier than ever. We’ve added an RSS feed that broadcasts the 15 most recently registered plugins. For those who aren’t familiar, RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, which is a convenient mechanism to stay up to date with dynamic content on the web. The feed is compatible with all RSS...
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