A web-based tool for visual, statistical and exploratory analysis of resistome data

Features

ARG-MICROBE NETWORK EXPLORATION
INTERACTIVE EXPLORATION
COMPREHENSIVE ANNOTATION SUPPORT
DIVERSE RESISTANCE DETERMINANTS
INTEGRATIVE ANALYSIS
SEVERAL GRAPHICAL & TABULAR OUTPUTS

About

ResistoXplorer is a web-based, visual analytics tool to assist researchers to perform exploratory data analysis on abundance profiles and resistome signatures generated from AMR metagenomics studies. The key features of ResistoXplorer include:

  • Support for a wide array of common as well as advanced methods for composition profiling, visualization and exploratory data analysis;
  • Comprehensive support for various data normalization methods coupled with standard as well as more recent statistical and machine learning algorithms;
  • Support for a variety of methods for performing vertical data integrative analysis on paired metagenomic datasets (i.e. taxonomic and resistome abundance profiles);
  • Comprehensive support for ARG functional annotations along with their microbe and phenotype associations based on data collected from more than 10 reference and curated databases;
  • A powerful and fully featured network visualization for intuitive exploration of ARG-microbal host associations, incorporated with functional annotations enrichment analysis support.


News & Updates

  • Minor code refactoring and Stress value added for the NMDS plot (2021‑05‑22);
  • Minor bug fixing based on users data(2021‑04‑29);
  • ResFinder database annotation in ARG Table module updated to 4.1 (2021‑02‑18);
  • Minor bug fixes (2021‑01‑15);
  • Minor text updates on interface (2020‑12‑25);
  • Added support for FAQs section on home page (2020‑12‑22);
  • Added support for downloading functional annotation information from different databases (Downloads section under Resources) (2020‑12‑18);
  • Added support for downloading R command history generated during analysis (2020‑12‑12);
  • DESEq2 set as default option for differential analysis in RNASeq-based methods (2020‑12‑04);
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