- Find Published Data
- Contribute and Publish Data
- Download Published Data
- Analyze Public Data
- Get Started
- Hosted Tutorials
- Gene Expression Documentation
- Get Started
- Cell Type and Gene Ordering
- Gene Expression Data Processing
- Available Tissues
- Find Marker Genes
- Annotate and Analyze Your Data
- Get Started
- Getting Started: Install, Launch, Quick Start
- Self Host cellxgene
- Preparing Data
- Annotating Data
- Automatic Annotation
- Gene Sets
- Community Extensions
- Join the CellxGene User Community
- Cite cellxgene in your publications
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Learn About Single Cell Data Analysis
This project was started with the sole goal of empowering the scientific community to explore and understand their data. As such, we encourage other scientific tool builders in academia or industry to adopt the patterns, tools, and code from this project. All code is freely available for reuse under the MIT license.
Before extending CELLxGENE Annotate, we encourage you to reach out to us with ideas or questions. It might be possible that an extension could be directly contributed, which would make it available for a wider audience, or that it's on our roadmap and under active development.
Please note that Annotate does not have public APIs. Our development may break extensions. We will document changes to the code base but it is advised that extensions pin the version of Annotate they develop against.
Example Reuse & extensions
CELLxGENE Gateway allows you to use with multiple datasets. It displays an index of available h5ad (anndata) files. When a user clicks on a file name, it launches a CELLxGENE Annotate Server instance that loads that particular data file and once it is available proxies requests to that server.
cellxgene-VIP (Visualization in Plugin)
cellxgene-VIP enables CELLxGENE Annotate to generate violin, stacked violin, stacked bar, heatmap, volcano, embedding, dot, track, density, 2D density, sankey and dual-gene plot in high-resolution SVG/PNG format. It also performs differential gene expression analysis and provides a Command Line Interface (CLI) for advanced users to perform analysis using python and R. It can handle visualization of spatial transcriptomics data from multiple slides and create joint plot of 10X multiome data as well.
Galaxy is an open source, web-based platform for data intensive biomedical research. CELLxGENE Annotate can be accessed within Galaxy to view analyzed datasets.
Single Cell Portal
FASTGenomics is a collaborative research platform that offers easy-to-use data management and reproducible analytics to drive single-cell research forward. Many of the publicly available datasets in FASTGenomics - as well as your private datasets - can be interactively explored with CELLxGENE Annotate. See also this example for data from Schulte-Schrepping et al. (Cell, 2020). Note that it is not necessary to create an account, anonymous login is permitted.