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TIGR and Spotfire Collaborate On Apps


CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--Spotfire, a supplier of data exploration software, announced that the Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) has joined the Spotfire Network University Partnership Program.

Under the Spotfire Network license agreement, Spotfire Pro is made available to all the researchers at TIGR. TIGR and Spotfire have agreed in principle to collaborate on the development of applications for gene expression analysis and transcription profiling.

"This alliance represents a major milestone of the Spotfire Network strategy of establishing collaborative relationships that enhance our product offering in the genomic science area," commented Luis Barros, Spotfire's manager of business development.

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