Use Your Favorite Apps on 'clean' Multi-Omics Data
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Use Your Favorite Apps on 'clean' Multi-Omics Data

Jainik Dedhia
January 22, 2021

The growing complexity of multi-omics data is accompanied by an exponential increase in the tools and applications available for processing this data. In order to be at the forefront of this growth, one has to make sure they are aware of and proficient with various machines and cloud platforms.

On the other hand, Polly lets you host any app of your choice, whether it is a desktop or a web app.

Move to Polly Without Changing Your Work Behavior

Using new tools and apps requires significant investment and training and thus is often the biggest reason discouraging migration to different platforms and technologies. With Polly’s ability to host 3rd party apps, you can avail of Polly’s data management and collaboration benefits and leverage thousands of analysis-ready datasets without the need to learn new apps or modifying your workflow. Polly enables the users to bring and host all the apps they love within a day and access them from anywhere in the world.

Choose the Machine of Your Choice for the App

Different apps require different machine configurations to run. Polly lets you choose a machine from a wide variety of options to run computationally intensive analyses with ease. Polly’s underlying infrastructure automatically scales the instances of the app as per the number of users using it, thus eliminating the need to wait in queue for access.

Connect Apps to Polly Data Lakes

Apps can be connected to Polly Data Lakes such that a dataset of choice can be directly opened in the app with a single click without the need to pre-process. For instance, we have added cellxgene on Polly and any single-cell sequencing dataset from any Data Lake can be opened in a click.

Use your favorite apps on 'clean' multi-omics datacellxgene on Polly

Refer to the documentation for details on how to host your apps.

Contact us at to know more about Polly’s app hosting services.

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