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caArray - Array Data Management System
 

Product Description

caArray is an open-source, web and programmatically accessible array data management system. caArray guides the annotation and exchange of array data using a federated model of local installations whose results are shareable across the cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid (caBIG®). caArray furthers translational cancer research through acquisition, dissemination and aggregation of semantically interoperable array data to support subsequent analysis by tools and services on and off the Grid. As array technology advances and matures, caArray will extend its logical library of assay management. There is an NCI hosted caArray application available online.

Current Version

  • Current Version Number: 2.5
  • Release Date of Current Version: July 2012

Intended Audiences

Microarray data producers and application developers

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Domain and Technical Information

  • Area of Focus: Microarray/Gene Expression
  • Primary Workspace: ICR
  • Tool Bundle: Life Sciences Distribution
  • Currently caGrid Enabled?Yes
  • Compatibility Level: Silver (Learn more about compatibility levels)
  • Tool Maturity Assessment Stable Release (Adoption in Progress)
  • Architecture Level:  Web Application,
  • Installation Level: Intermediate - technical assistance may be required, download may require supporting infrastructure or software