BART (Binding Analysis for Regulation of Transcription) Web Working with researchers in the Zang Lab in the Center for Public Health Genomics (CPHG), SOMRC helped launch BARTweb, an interactive web-based tool for users to analyze their Genelist or ChIP-seq datasets. BARTweb is a containerized Flask front-end (written in Python) that ingests files and submits them to a more robust Python-based genomics pipeline running on Rivanna, UVA’s high performance computing cluster (HPC).
Automatic image processing allows researchers to perform their work faster for large quantities of data. From image denoising to registration to segmentation, SOM Research Computing can help researchers utilize image processing tools to streamline their analyses.
Applications for Researchers Preprocessing Image preprocessing can help enhance the quality of your images. Common preprocessing techniques include adjusting brightness and contrast, removing noise, sharpening images, and performing geometric and color transformations.
User Support School of Medicine Research Computing (SOMRC) is committed to providing individualized support for researchers who are engaged in computationally intensive projects.
We offer support in a variety of contexts: Support tickets in ZenDesk Documentation & FAQs Weekly Office Hours Hands-On Workshops In-person Consultations Learn more
Services SOMRC has expertise in the following service areas. Click on an area for more information: Bioinformatics & Genomics Cloud Solutions Data Analysis Image Processing Scientific Computing Request a Consultation
High Performance Computing Standard and high security HPC to run your code, generally written in R, Python or shell scripts.
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School of Medicine Research Computing supports SOM and UVa Medical Center researchers who are interested in writing code to address their scientific inquiries. Whether these programming tasks are implemented interactively, in a series of scripts or as an open-source software package, services are available to provide guidance and enable collaborative development. SOMRC has specific expertise in object oriented programming in Matlab, R, and Python.
Examples of service areas include:
Collaborating on package development Reviewing and debugging code Preparing scripts to automate or expedite tasks Developing web interfaces for interactive data exploration Advising on integration of existing software tools UVA has two local HPC facilities available to researchers: Rivanna and Ivy.