SGI Offers New Clustering Algorithm with GeneSpring, Defends Software Pricing Policy | GenomeWeb

Silicon Genetics has announced it will offer ArrayMiner, a clustering algorithm developed by Optimal Design of Brussels, Belgium, as an optional add-on with its GeneSpring software.

Separately, the company defended itself against a flurry of online criticism by customers upset at its policy of charging them at the end of each year a renewal fee for the license to GeneSpring that is equivalent to the purchase price.

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