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Package: phantasus Title: Visual and interactive gene expression analysis Version: 1.3.3 Authors@R: c(person("Daria", "Zenkova", email = "email@example.com", role = "aut"), person("Vladislav", "Kamenev", role = "aut"), person("Rita", "Sablina", role = "ctb"), person("Maxim", "Artyomov", role = "aut"), person("Alexey", "Sergushichev", email = "firstname.lastname@example.org", role = c("aut", "cre"))) Description: Phantasus is a web-application for visual and interactive gene expression analysis. Phantasus is based on Morpheus – a web-based software for heatmap visualisation and analysis, which was integrated with an R environment via OpenCPU API. Aside from basic visualization and filtering methods, R-based methods such as k-means clustering, principal component analysis or differential expression analysis with limma package are supported. URL: https://genome.ifmo.ru/phantasus, https://artyomovlab.wustl.edu/phantasus BugReports: https://github.com/ctlab/phantasus/issues Depends: R (>= 3.5) biocViews: GeneExpression, GUI, Visualization, DataRepresentation, Transcriptomics, RNASeq, Microarray, Normalization, Clustering, DifferentialExpression, PrincipalComponent, ImmunoOncology Imports: ggplot2, protolite, Biobase, GEOquery, Rook, htmltools, httpuv, jsonlite, limma, opencpu, assertthat, methods, httr, rhdf5, utils, parallel, stringr, fgsea, svglite, gtable, stats, Matrix, Matrix.utils, pheatmap, scales, ccaPP, grid, grDevices, AnnotationDbi License: MIT + file LICENSE Encoding: UTF-8 LazyData: true RoxygenNote: 6.1.1 Suggests: testthat, BiocStyle, knitr, rmarkdown, data.table VignetteBuilder: knitr NeedsCompilation: no