We're delighted to announce the release of LabKey Server v15.2 and share other exciting community news.
Highlights of v15.2
- Analyze - Explore plate results for FluoroSpot, a multi-cytokine variant of ELISPOT
- Integrate - Join Gene Ontology annotations with expression data
- Monitor - Visualize quality control ranges using guide sets in Panorama
- Migrate - Transfer schemas and security groups, users and roles
For details, see the release notes
, or download
the latest version of LabKey Server.
LabKey User Conference
Registration is open for the LabKey User Conference and Workshop 2015
, October 1 and 2 in Seattle. Seats sold out early last year, so register
soon. Hope to see you there!
LabKey Server-based projects continue to make an impact:
- HICOR: The Hutch Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research (HICOR) debuted the HICOR IQ portal, enabling HICOR partners to visualize cancer incidence, survival and insurance claims data to help them improve care. Covered in the Hutch News.
- O'Connor Lab: A new case study describes how Professor David O’Connor’s lab at the University of Wisconsin uses LabKey Server as its “operating system,” speeding its efforts to understand how genetics affects immunity.
- Natural Language Processing (NLP): The Fred Hutch and LabKey are collaborating to develop tools for NLP-assisted clinical data abstraction and annotation workflows, as covered in the Hutch News.
- Argos: Also as reported in the Hutch News, the Argos data exploration technology is now in pilot use at the Fred Hutch, helping teams perform hypothesis generation, trial accrual estimation and cohort discovery in a HIPAA-compliant manner.
Enjoy the 15.2 release and remember to register
for the conference!