We know the end of the year can be hectic, but there's still enough time to run analyses and generate new results from your data in Pluto. Here's a wrap-up of some of the latest news and features in Pluto to help spark some new ideas ✨
Creating executive-level summaries of scientific results can create a bottle neck, especially at the end of the year or having to report monthly to funding agencies. Pluto's real-time analytics are making this process more seamless so your team can focus on the science!
Visit the Metrics tab in Pluto to get a live snapshot of all of the work your team has put in this year. Share the summary of projects and experiments with your company leadership or other stakeholders.
The Russ Lab at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes at the University of Colorado School of Medicine analyzed their bulk RNA-seq data in Pluto and published their novel findings in the journal Cells.
Read the full announcement to learn more about this clinically-relevant research, and how Pluto enabled faster figure-generation from complex data.
This up-and-coming assay got its very own blog post from Pluto last month. Analyzing CUT&RUN data? Learn the fundamentals and try analyzing CUT&RUN data for yourself in Pluto.
Is your team up-to-speed on the new NIH Data Management & Sharing Policy going into effect in January? We compiled an actionable checklist to help ensure that you're prepared. Learn more or download the white paper.
Analyzing experiments with multiple timepoints? Investigating how a biomarker changes with age? Create dynamic line plots in Pluto.
Track every experiment along its collaboration journey. When an experiment is cloned, you can now view its provenance and follow the linked experiments end to end.