QIAGEN OmicSoft and Biomedical Knowledge Base

Unlocking the power of API-based 'omics queries

June 12, 2023
If you're a data scientist or bioinformatician working in biopharma, here's your chance to explore an advanced and comprehensive way to access and analyze high-quality 'omics data. The QIAGEN OmicSoft API provides a powerful and flexible platform for easy data discovery, retrieval, filtering, analysis and visualization. In this webinar, you'll learn how to leverage the OmicSoft API to access vast amounts of multi-omics data and perform custom analyses. We will also highlight the capabilities of the OmicSoft API to query across data sources to obtain a complete picture of the available 'omics data for any given disease.

Join us to learn how OmicSoft API can revolutionize your data analysis workflows and help you make more informed decisions for your drug and target discovery projects.

In this webinar, we'll discuss how to:

Avoid the pitfalls of poorly labeled data
Use the OmicSoft API to accelerate queries and promote consistency
Perform multi' omics data analysis to reveal patterns and prioritize hypotheses
Leverage curated metadata, including sample clinical data, to structure queries
Drive efficiency in your drug discovery and bioinformatics programs

Don't miss this chance to learn how to unlock the power of API-based 'omics queries.

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