scGEAToolbox (single-cell Gene Expression Analysis Toolbox)

Single-cell Gene Expression Analysis Toolbox
Updated 19 Apr 2024

scGEAToolbox - a Matlab toolbox for single-cell RNA-seq data analyses

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Quick Installation

Run the following code in MATLAB:


Getting Started Quickly Using the SCGEATOOL App

Run the following code in MATLAB to start:


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Read Documentation

scGEAToolbox Documentation

SEE ALSO - Standalone Application SCGEATOOL :: Single-Cell Gene Expression Analysis Tool

SCGEATOOL is a standalone application running on Windows machines that do not have MATLAB installed. SCGEATOOL is a lightweight and blazing fast desktop application that provides interactive visualization functionality to analyze single-cell transcriptomic data. SCGEATOOL allows you to easily interrogate different views of your scRNA-seq data to quickly gain insights into the underlying biology. SCGEATOOL is a pre-compiled standalone application developed in MATLAB. Pre-compiled standalone releases are meant for those environments without access to MATLAB licenses. Standalone releases provide access to all of the functionality of the SCGEATOOL standard MATLAB release encapsulated in a single application. SCGEATOOL is open-sourced to allow you to experience the added flexibility and speed of the MATLAB environment when needed.


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Cai JJ. scGEAToolbox: a Matlab toolbox for single-cell RNA sequencing data analysis. Bioinformatics. 2019;btz830. doi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btz830

Cite As

Cai JJ. scGEAToolbox: a Matlab toolbox for single-cell RNA sequencing data analysis. Bioinformatics. 2019 Nov 7:btz830. doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btz830. PMID: 31697351.

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2023b
Compatible with any release
Platform Compatibility
Windows macOS Linux
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