Pathomx does MATLAB, R, Python
The development version of Pathomx now supports custom scripting in Python, MATLAB and R.
Integration with existing omics workflows is a key goal of Pathomx, and to do this requires interoperability with other platforms. In the upcoming release you’ll now get access to custom scripting in MATLAB, R or Python direct from within Pathomx.
MATLAB and R scripting gives you access to any previously-installed toolboxes on your system directly. Data can be fed into the script via the workflow editor, manipulated by the script, then exported for subsequent analysis or plotting within Pathomx.
Pathomx handles conversion of it’s internal data format to a standard matrix for processing. Any tools available in your local install of MATLAB or R can be accessed in this way - for example in the video above we demonstrate using the baselinenl function from MATLAB-based NMR toolbox NMRLab.
All these tools will be available in the next release of Pathomx (v2.3) coming shortly.
- Pathomx: Example Analysis
- Pathomx: Analysis of public GEO datasets
- MetaPath is now Pathomx
- Pathomx v3.0.0alpha4 for Mac
- Pathomx v2.5.0 released
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