DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.SingleCellMultiModal    

Integrating Multi-modal Single Cell Experiment datasets

Bioconductor version: Release (3.12)

SingleCellMultiModal is an ExperimentHub package that serves multiple datasets obtained from GEO and other sources and represents them as MultiAssayExperiment objects. The current focus is on datasets that use new technologies such as scNMT and scM&T.

Author: Marcel Ramos [aut, cre] , Ricard Argelaguet [aut], Dario Righelli [aut], Kelly Eckenrode [aut], Levi Waldron [aut]

Maintainer: Marcel Ramos <marcel.ramos at>

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HTML R Script CITEseq Cord Blood
HTML R Script ECCITEseq Peripheral Blood
HTML R Script PBMC 10x multiome
HTML R Script scNMT Mouse Gastrulation
HTML R Script SCoPE2: macrophage vs monocytes
HTML R Script seqFISH Mouse Visual Cortex
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biocViews ExperimentData, ExperimentHub, GEO, ReproducibleResearch, SingleCellData
Version 1.2.4
License Artistic-2.0
Depends R (>= 4.0.0), MultiAssayExperiment
Imports AnnotationHub, BiocFileCache, BiocGenerics, ExperimentHub, HCAMatrixBrowser, HDF5Array, S4Vectors, SingleCellExperiment, SpatialExperiment, SummarizedExperiment, Matrix, methods, utils
Suggests knitr, scran
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