ArrayPipe is a Perl program that can be run through the Web or from the command line. It consists of functions and filters that can be arranged into a pipeline to process and analyze microarray data.
It was developed for the Genome Canada Pathogenomics project (www.pathogenomics.ca) and is made freely available to the public as a new tool for microarray research.
NOTE: To enrich your expression data with up-to-date annotation information, please also visit ProbeLynx, a web-based tool for annotation of microarray data. Its output can be easily integrated with ArrayPipe for enhanced data analysis.
You can access the ArrayPipe web service by following this link: koch.pathogenomics.ca/cgi-bin/pub/arraypipe.pl
Version 1.7 of the program is available from the download page.
If you use ArrayPipe for your research, please cite the ArrayPipe article in NAR's web server issue 2004.
To learn more about ArrayPipe, please take a look at the tutorial.
For information, please email arraypipe-REMOVECAPSemail at sfu.ca (primary contact: Karsten Hokamp). If you are interested in being notified about changes in the status of ArrayPipe, please subscribe to the arraypipe-update mailing list by emailing maillist at sfu.ca with "subscribe arraypipe-update" in the subject or body of the message.
THE ARRAYPIPE PROGRAM AND WEB SERVICE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
This project is supported by Genome British Columbia, Genome Prairie and Genome Canada, a not-for-profit organization which is leading Canada's national strategy on genomics with $ 600 million in funding from the federal government.