We have a lot of old microarray data but no longer have a license for Genespring. I can use Excel to look at the individual Imagene files (Cy3 or Cy5 for each array hybridization), but this is very cumbersome, because I have to look up the intensity for each gene in each file separately.
Does anyone know of free software that will take the Cy3 and Cy5 Imagene files and show you the Cy3/Cy5 ratio for each gene? Preferably something that will run on a Mac?
We could try to again take advantage of Genespring's free 30-day trial, but I'd actually prefer something that was less trouble to set up. I don't need to have a genome view, or to have the software know the genome sequence that underlies the genes. And I don't want to do any fancy clustering analysis - I just want to see the intensity ratios.
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