A Dim Summary of Microarray Software | GenomeWeb

New microarray software is pouring out of the kitchen like dim sum carts at a Chinese brunch. So many exotic looking morsels — which ones to try? If you’re a novice like me, you can’t even tell fish from fowl, beef from pork, main course from dessert.

That’s OK at brunch, where the worst that could happen is you bite into something you hate. But it’s not so good when you’re picking microarray software, every piece of which takes a lot of time to find, install, and try out.

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