Data Analysis (Per Hour)
Custom bioinformatics analysis from experimental design to publication.
|Non-UC Academic & Non-Profit||$201|
Biostatistics (Per Hour)
Statistical analysis of bioinformatics data.
Software Architecture (Per Hour)
Building pipelines, writing code, and creating databases.
Expression Profiling Data Analysis (Per Sample)
RNA-Seq differential expression analysis for model organism (human, mouse), including QC of raw data, alignment to genome, and generation of tables of differentially expressed genes for typical two-group experiment. Minimum 24 samples, up to 50.
Human Genome/Exome SNP Analysis (Per Sample)
Variant analysis starting from raw data to QC, then alignment, and finally, variant calling. Minimum 20, up to 50.
Human Genome/Exome Analysis plus Copy Number Variation (Per Sample)
Variant analysis starting from raw data to QC, then alignment, and finally, variant calling including CNVs. Minimum 20, up to 50.
RNA-Seq (Per Project)
RNA-Seq differential expression analysis for model organism (human, mouse), including QC of raw data, alignment to genome, and generation of tables of differentially expressed genes for typical two-factor experiment. For projects with 25 samples or more.
Basic Genome Assembly (Per Project)
Genome assembly for genome size < 4Gb. Data preprocessing, followed by de novo assembly, and polishing (using the same data type).
Hourly data analysis charges apply to custom data analyses, including setup of non-model organisms, proteomics and integrative omics analyses, single-cell RNASeq, custom visualizations, etc. Please contact us to arrange for a consultation and/or estimate of the cost of analyzing your data. We typically do not charge for initial consultations.
We request co-authorship (and will assist with manuscript preparation) if we have developed novel tools, algorithms, or pipelines, participated in experiment design planning, or have contributed substantially to a biological question addressed in a manuscript (see ABRF’s Authorship Guidelines). We ask that, at minimum, you acknowledge us in a publication to which we have contributed routine analysis, data management or conversion, or data submission services.