In the beginning, we wanted software that would give us a “big picture” view of our flow cytometry experiments. We initially created a software tool to make heatmaps using flow cytometry files. However, as we shared analyses with each other, we realized that this big picture view wasn’t enough. We also needed to explore the single cell data to derive deeper meaning from our flow cytometry experiments. In short, we wanted to have it both ways: we needed dynamic summaries of experiment results linked to the underlying single cell data, so that rare cell subsets and heterogeneous populations were not overlooked. More »
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Here’s a quick post welcoming everyone to our brand new blog. One of the things you can expect to see here are posts about our software releases, which will provide a list of new features and bug fixes that have just been launched to our production servers. We’re also going to try to have discussions about various aspects of cytometry and ideally even some guest posts from our friends in industry and academia.
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