Be Part of Our Nanopore Analysis Software Beta Test Program

Do you have a unique or challenging nanopore signal processing and data analysis task that you would like automated? Join our beta test program and help us tailor our software suite to your specific analysis needs.

Current Features

EVENT FITTING

Lightning-fast digital signal processing and high-quality event fitting ensure that no detail of your data goes unnoticed.

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FILE FORMAT

Support for Chimera VC100 logfiles and arbitrary binary formats, with additional file type support available on request.

INTUITIVE SUBSET SELECTION

Intuitive database controls allow you to chop up your events into subsets based on any criteria you choose to easily compare experiments and event subtypes with just a few clicks.

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VISUALIZATION

Easy generation of histograms, heatmaps, and multidimensional scatterplots of fitted event metadata allows you to quickly and easily visualize your experiment.

CAPTURE RATE

High-quality capture rate measurement for all of your data subsets allows you to estimate concentration easily

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OVERLAY TRANSLOCATION EVENTS

Overlay your events to easily visualize substructure in your translocation events, providing experiment-level insight into the behavior of your target molecules

Upcoming Features

MARKOV MODELING

Understanding the substructure of complicated multilevel events is never an easy task. Automated, GUI-driven fitting of arbitrary Markov models for your event substructure allows you to understand complex experimental dynamics and confidently test your theories about the behavior you are observing. 

KERNEL DENSITY ESTIMATION

Comparing control experiments to the real thing is challenging in nanopore research. N-dimensional kernel density estimation allows you to build probability densities for arbitrarily complex experimental data and make statistically sound comparisons between different nanopore experiments

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Apply to become a Beta tester to get early access to the nanopore analysis software package