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SPADE – Data Analysis and Visualization Software for FACS and other Multidimensional Data

Stanford researchers have developed a versatile computational approach for easily visualizing and analyzing multidimensional molecular data, such as flow cytometry data. This software, called SPADE (spanning-tree progression analysis of density-normalized...
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Stanford CoreNLP

Stanford CoreNLP provides a set of natural language analysis tools which take raw English language text input and provide the base forms of words, their parts of speech (i.e. names of companies, people, normalize dates, times, numeric quantities, etc.) an...
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