In a bid to attract more "statistically savvy" users to its visualization and analytics platform, Spotfire is adding a new software package for microarray analysis to its suite of DecisionSite tools.

The product, called DecisionSite for Microarray Analysis, or DSMA, is meant to complement DecisionSite for Functional Genomics, or DSFG, which has been Spotfire's primary product for the microarray-analysis sector since it was first released in 2001 [BioInform 07-23-01].

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