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Free Software for DNA and Protein Microarrays:

AFM (Array File Maker) - Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital (Toronto)
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AMADA (Analyzing Microarray Data) - Univ of Hong Kong
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ANOVA programs for microarray data - Churchill's group at Jackson Lab
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ANOVARRAY - SAS macros
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BABELOMICS - Centro de Investigacion Principe Felipe, Spain
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CHIPINFO (retrieving annotation information from NetAffx and Gene Ontology): - Wong's lab at Harvard Univ
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CLUSFAVOR (CLUSter and Factor Analysis using Varimax Orthogonal Rotation), - Baylor
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CLUSTER, TREEVIEW: - Eisen's lab at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
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CYBER-T - web interface for t-test, regularized t-test, etc.
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CYTOSCAPE : visualizing molecular interaction networks and integrating these interactions with gene expression profiles and other state data.
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D-CHIP: specifically for Affymetrix chip data - Wong lab at Biostatistics Department, Harvard University
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DNC-MIX: models the distribution of the gene expression profile as a mixture, - Lin group at Ohio State University
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GENE@WORK : IBM Research
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GENE-CLUSTER: Whitehead Institute (registration is required). Commercial version at Affymetrix
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GENE-PATTERN : Broad Institute.
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GEDA: gene expression data analysis. Univ Pittsburg
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GEDS: gene expression data simulator - University of Pittsburg
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GEPAS : gene expression pattern analysis suite - Centro de Investigacion Principe Felipe, Spain
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GOSURFER - Wong lab at Harvard University
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J-EXPRESS - University of Bergen, Norway
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MAANOVA - Jackson Lab,
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ONTO-EXPRESS - Wayne Univ
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PAGE (PAtterns from Gene Expression) - Univ. Penn.
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PLAID - Owen lab at Stanford Univ.
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R_SVM (recursive sample classification by SVM) - Wong lab at Harvard Univ
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SAM (significance analysis of microarrays) - Tibshirani's group at Stanford Univ.
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SAM (significance of array measurement) - Institute for Systems Biology
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SMA (Statistic for Microarray Analysis, in R or S-PLUS subroutines) - Speed's lab at Statistics Department of UC Berkeley
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STEM (short time-series expression miner): from Carnegie Mellon Univ
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SVDMAN: from Los Alamos National Laboratory
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TREE-ARRANGE and TREEPS : from Univ Waterloo
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VERA (variability and error assessment) - Institute for Systems Biology
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XCLUSTER - Sherlock's lab of Genetics Department of Stanford Univ
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Please post your reviews of this microarray software below.

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The software list is impressive.
I only used SAM. If you want to analyse replicates of the same experiment SAM can do the job. You can get genes that are significantly up or downregulated across your replicates. You will also get the average fold changes for significant genes. The problem I had with SAM is that I had groups of replicates with common control. I wanted the fold difference between groups of replicates, not within the group. Sam could not do this. I used ANOVA for this but it gives you significantly different genes between groups, without fold changes. I am still struggling with this.
I also used mev4 (TIGR) software. It is very good for freeware.
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The software list is impressive.
I only used SAM from this list. If you want to analyse replicates of the same experiment SAM can do the job. You can get genes that are significantly up or downregulated across your replicates. You will also get the average fold changes for significant genes. The problem I had with SAM is that I had groups of replicates with common control. I wanted the fold difference between groups of replicates, not within the group. Sam could not do this. I used ANOVA for this but it gives you significantly different genes between groups, without fold changes. I am still struggling with this.
I also used mev4 (TIGR) software. It is very good for freeware. My favorit is still Genespring. What you pay is what you get.
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