The NanoTube was built to simplify the analysis of NanoString nCounter gene expression data. It is available in three forms:
The R Library is available on Bioconductor, and includes standard methods for data processing, quality control, normalization, analysis, and visualization of nCounter data. Additional functions are provided to allow interoperability with other NanoString packages. A tutorial can be found here.
The web application is currently available on GitHub, and can be downloaded and run on RStudio, or on a Shiny server.
All three versions of the NanoTube are provided with the GPL-3 license.
Any questions about the NanoTube? Please use the form below, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can: