posted Apr 25, 2018, 4:29 PM by Giulio Caravagna   [ updated Apr 25, 2018, 4:30 PM ]

3 new papers on renal cancer by the TRACERx consortium came out in Cell in April 2018, which used our tool TRONCO and its algorithms to detect the ordering of driver alterations annotated in the data.

See for instance this paper and two more in the same collection.

10th OSS World Challenge 2016 -- Silver prize

posted Nov 22, 2016, 3:17 AM by Giulio Caravagna

Our team TRONCO-PiCnIc won the Silver prize (Korea Open Source Software Association) at the “Open Source Software (OSS) World Challenge 2016”, the annual competition hosted by The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning of Korea!

This competition aims at promoting OSS and expand various exchanges among OSS developers all over the world. 

PiCnIc featured on NPR (US)

posted Sep 10, 2016, 3:17 AM by Giulio Caravagna

PiCnIc has been featured on the National Public Radio of the US, with interesting comments by Nicholas Navin (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre) and Ben Raphael (Brown University)!

PiCnIc in PNAS

posted Jun 29, 2016, 3:03 AM by Giulio Caravagna

PiCnIc -- Pipeline for Cancer Inference -- is now out in PNAS. The tool is part of our R package for Translational Oncology. Some media coverage is happening, and will be mirrored on this webpage.

Development version

posted Feb 12, 2016, 8:34 AM by Giulio Caravagna

As of February 2016 the current development version can also be considered stable and will soon become official both here and in Bioconductor. See Download for further information.

PiCNiC/CRC - Version One

posted Feb 9, 2016, 4:42 PM by Giulio Caravagna

October 2015The source code to replicate the colorectal cancer case study is now available. This is the first use of the PiCnIc pipeline. See Algorithmic Methods to Infer the Evolutionary Trajectories in Cancer ProgressionG.Caravagna, A.Graudenzi, D.Ramazzotti, R.Sanz-Pamplona, L.De Sano, G.Mauri,V.Moreno, M.Antoniotti, B.Mishra. Archived online, 2015.


posted Feb 9, 2016, 4:37 PM by Giulio Caravagna   [ updated Feb 9, 2016, 4:43 PM ]

October 2015. The current release of TRONCO (Mantis Shrimp) is in Bioconductor 3.2.

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