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### box_mul_sig

T-test and rank sum test were performed between multiple groups of samples, and a box plot was drawn. Significant differences between groups marked wi

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*1*

### box_two_sig

T test and rank sum test were performed between the two groups of samples, and a box plot was drawn. Significant differences were marked between the

5

### tSNE

Reduce multiple samples to two-dimensional plane via the nonlinear reduction model. Not available for sing-cell data for the moment.

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*2*

### Significance marker difference analysis（Multiple g

T-test and rank sum test were performed between multiple groups of samples, and significant differences between groups marked with significant differe

5

*8*

### Significance marker difference analysis（Two groups

T test and rank sum test were performed between the two groups of samples, and significant differences were marked between the groups.

5

*4*

### plantTFdb_annotation

align nucleic acid or protein sequence to plantTFdb to predicte TF families

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*11*

### AnimalTFDB annotation

align nucleic acid or protein sequences to animalTFBD to predicte TF families

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*2*

### Swiss-Prot annotation

align the query sequences to the Swiss-Prot protein database to obtain functional annotations

3000

*8*

### Pathway Enrichment Analysis

Pathway enrichment analysis in given gene sets comparing to the genome background.

20

*162*

### rank_sum_test

this tool determine if two groups of data are significantly different from each other

3

*19*

### GO enrichment analysis

Analyze GO terms that significantly enriched in a given gene set comparing to the genome background.

20

*200*

### roc

ROC curve, is a graphical plot that illustrates the diagnostic ability of a binary classifier system(e.g. biomarker)

3

*49*

### Differential metabolites analysis

Differential metabolites analysis tool is used to screen out differential metabolites between two groups of samples.

5

*181*

### OSGO

Plotting GO (gene ontology) annotations (the second level) in three GO ontologies from one or more groups of data.

5

*187*

### Decoding SAM flag

Identify the properties of a read based on its SAM flag value or obtain a SAM flag value based on the reads properties.

0

*32*

### Linear Regression plot

Plotting the relationship between a scalar dependent variable y and one explanatory variable x.

0

*97*

### Differential Expression Analysis

Find out differentially expressed genes between two groups of data.

10

*317*

### Three-dimension PCA

Convert linearly massive variables into several important variables and draw a three-dimension score plot.

5

*166*

### Senior Scatter Plot

Demonstrate file data in a scatter plot with auxiliary lines and correlation coefficient.

5

*125*

### GO enrichment analysis

Analyze GO terms that significantly enriched in a given gene set comparing to the genome background.

10

*703*

### Pathway Enrichment Analysis

Pathway enrichment analysis in given gene sets comparing to the genome background.

10

*708*

### Frequency Histogram

Demonstrate the frequency distribution of file data in a frequency histogram.

3

*76*

### Two-dimension PCA

Convert linearly massive variables into several important variables and draw a two-dimension score plot.

5

*421*

### BLAST-Two Sequences Alignment

Local alignment between two sequences to measure their similarity

2

*98*

### CDS2protein

Translating CDS to protein according to the Standard Code (transl_table=1) or the Bacterial, Archaeal and Plant Plastid Code (transl_table=11)

2

*59*

### Multiple tables merging

Merging more than two tables according to the merging type and default value.

2

*138*