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Spotfire Licenses DecisionSite Software to Johns Hopkins

NEW YORK, Oct. 30 - Spotfire today said that Johns Hopkins University has licensed its DecisionSite software for use "across a wide spectrum" of medical research.


The site license allows researchers involved in gene-expression data analysis, including those in the university's biomolecular and microarray core facilities, to use the software, Spotfire said.


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