When studying genomic data, we are often looking for similarities and differences among a group of samples. We try to see if there are any patterns and whether the samples group together into subsets based on gain and loss profiles. One way to do this is with a clustering function. clustering.pngIn Nexus Copy Number, clustering is done by clicking on the "Cluster" button on the "Results" tab.
You already know that Nexus Copy Number is a versatile software for genomic data analysis that can load and process data from different technologies (arrays, NGS), manufacturers (Agilent, Affymetrix, Illumina…), and modalities (copy number, sequence variants, gene expression, methylation).
Learn why Nexus Copy Number is the exclusive software solution for the analysis of OncoScan™ data due to its advanced algorithm and ease of use.
After identifying a copy number change or a sequence variant, you may wonder, what other changes are associated with this aberration? Find out here!