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Caleydo is an open source visual analysis framework targeted at biomolecular data. The biggest strength of Caleydo is the visualization of interdependencies between multiple datasets. Caleydo can load tabular data and groupings/clusterings. You can explore relationships between multiple groupings, between different datasets and see how your data maps onto pathways.

Caleydo Source Code Caleydo has been successfully used to analyze mRNA, miRNA, methylation, copy number variation, mutation status and clinical data as well as other datset types.

Caleydo is a joint project between the Graz University of Technology, Johannes Kepler University Linz and Harvard University.

Caleydo Projects

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StratomeX
Cancer Subtype Analysis
enRoute
Experimental Data and Pathway Analaysis
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Entourage
Multi-Pathway Analysis
LineUp
Visualizing Rankings

News and Activities

Date Event Location
14.5.2014 Caleydo 3.1.3 is released! This is a minor release with some new features. See the Release Notes for details. Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
31.1.2014 The Harvard SEAS press office has written a story about our LineUp technique Cambridge
16.12.2013 Caleydo 3.1.2 is released! This is a minor service release. See the Release Notes for details. Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
28.11.2013 Caleydo 3.1.1 is released! This is the first version stable version that includes Caleydo Entourage - a new technique for exploring relationships across multiple pathways. See the Release Notes for details. Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
16.10.2013 Our paper LineUp: Visual Analysis of Multi-Attribute Rankings has won the best paper award at IEEE InfoVis. Learn more about LineUp here Atlanta, Georgia
10.10.2013 Caleydo 3.1.0 beta is released! This is the first version that includes Caleydo Entourage - a new technique for exploring relationships across multiple pathways. Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
29.09.2013 Caleydo 3.0.4 is released! Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
20.09.2013 Caleydo 3.0.3 is ready for download! In addition to bug fixes and minor improvement it includes revised visuals. Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
12.09.2013 The new help for Caleydo is available. Check it out at http://help.caleydo.org. Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
30.08.2013 Caleydo 3.0.2 is ready for download! In addition to many bug fixes and improvements, all TCGA packages now come with full data matrices instead of the sampled versions. Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
05.07.2013 Caleydo 3 is out and with it we introduce many new features and countless improvements and bug-fixes. Read the full release notes.
Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
27.06.2013 An article in Nature Methods on visualizing uncertainty features Caleydo and quotes by Alexander Lex and Nils Gehlenborg.
Cambridge, Boston
23.06.2013 Caleydo 3.0 will be released soon! A major upgrade bringing new capabilities including automatic searching and ranking of patient stratifications, improved data import including categorical data and many usability improvements.
Linz, Graz, Cambridge, Boston
23.06.2013 Caleydo source code is now hosted at GitHub. Thanks to GitHub for supporting us by providing free private repositories!

You can find previous news and activities here.

Open Student Projects


We are always looking for new students. Below are some project ideas, but if you are interested in Information Visualization, just contact us and we will likely find a suitable project. Look at our student projects website to find out more!




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