This is GOmixer version

GOmixer was supported by the Fund for Scientific Research - Flanders and was developed at the Raes lab, Belgium.

Youssef Darzi, Gwen Falony, Sara Silva, Jeroen Raes. GOmixer: an online tool for gut meta-omics data analysis and visualization, (In preparation).

Youssef Darzi, Gwen Falony, Sara Silva, Jeroen Raes. Towards biome-specific analysis of meta-omics data, The ISME journal, 2015.

Sara Vieira-Silva, Gwen Falony, Youssef Darzi, Gipsi Lima-Mendez, Roberto Garcia Yunta, Shujiro Okuda, Doris Vandeputte, Mireia Valles-Colomer, Falk Hildebrand, Samuel Chaffron, Jeroen Raes. Species-function relationships shape ecological properties of the human gut microbiome, Nature Microbiology, 2016.

Version (2018-06-14)
  • Addition of a drop down to select Median or Mean as estimator for module abundance. By default Median is selected. In previous versions the Mean was used.
Version (2018-05-31)
  • Improvement of module score calculation. Median and Average are based on the number of observed steps instead of all steps.
Version (2018-05-11)
  • Updated contact information
  • Updated mail server configuration after some registration emails failed to deliver.
Version (2016-12-16)
  • Bug fix: better handling of malformed input data
Version (2016-10-21)
  • Bug fix: Analysis results page was not displaying for function only datasets and for datasets analyzed prior to version 1.7!
  • Minor improvement in the display of result tables
Changes in version 1.7.3 (2016-10-04)
  • Updated the module inference form to show the option for automatic selection of an optimal module coverage cutoff
  • Minor improvements in the layout and navigation
Changes in version 1.7.2 (2016-09-30)
  • Added and option to automate the selection of an optimal coverage cutoff during module prediction
  • Added the module coverage plots to the module prediction page
  • Optimal coverage is highlighted on the module coverage plot
Changes in version 1.7.1 (2016-09-27)
  • Enabled upload of compressed (gzip, zip) datasets
  • Added onclick information for compounds on the module metabolic map
  • Minor performance improvement
Changes in version 1.7 (2016-09-23)
  • Added a module coverage plot to assess if the chosen module coverage cutoff is acceptable, or to find the best coverage (This will be automated in the next release)
  • Replaced Diversity plots by Observed Richness plots (Also replaced the scatter plot by a boxplot)
  • Added more control buttons on the Job view page
  • Added a table listing for the modules on module set pages
Version 1.6.1 (2016-02-15)
  • Bug fix: Corrected module inference export to sum modules instead of taking last seen value and to show taxonomic information in row names
  • Bug fix: Download buttons on module inference browser were only activated for the first page of the display table. Now it is activated for all pages
Changes in version 1.6 (2015-12-15)
  • Added diversity plots (Shannon Index) to comparative analysis.
  • Added a table to show module hierarchy test results
  • Updated the workflow in the help section to reflect new features (K-Way comparison, scaling, triplots)
  • Several minor bug fixes/improvements
Changes in version 1.5 (2015-08-19)
  • Implemented multiple group (K-way) comparative analysis based on Kruskal-Wallis rank sum test
  • Fixed the Triplots as this feature stopped working properly two weeks after the server is restarted (This is an experimental fix)
  • Added a small description for the module database
Changes in version 1.4 (2015-06-12)
  • Added description and more info on the browsing pages for module inference and triplots
  • Fixed the demo login to show the Register form after demo user logs in
  • Added per sample browsing, visualization and download of inferred modules
  • Improved webapp performance by adding compression and caching of JavaScript and CSS
  • Fixed the scaling function in comparative analysis: Inversed the numerator and the denominator to have the correct scaling factor
Changes in version 1.3 (2015-05-06)
  • Updated the selection of Grouping factor levels (right/left group) in Comparative analysis to hide selected options from drop-down lists. This avoids multiple inclusions of the same level in a Comparative analysis, which was causing an error during the analysis. More informative error code is also given in case this still happens.
  • Improved the help for metabolic maps exploration.
  • Minor bug fixes and layout improvements.
Changes in version 1.2 (2015-04-24)
  • Added the possibility to standardize the data (scaling or proportion).
  • Fixed the module inference step to take into account the coverage cutoff.
  • Increased the font-size on the metabolic map.