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  • The tidyomics ecosystem: enhancing omic data analyses. Nature methods Hutchison, W. J., Keyes, T. J., Crowell, H. L., Serizay, J., Soneson, C., Davis, E. S., Sato, N., Moses, L., Tarlinton, B., Nahid, A. A., Kosmac, M., Clayssen, Q., Yuan, V., Mu, W., Park, J. E., Mamede, I., Ryu, M. H., Axisa, P. P., Paiz, P., Poon, C. L., Tang, M., Gottardo, R., Morgan, M., Lee, S., Lawrence, M., Hicks, S. C., Nolan, G. P., Davis, K. L., Papenfuss, A. T., Love, M. I., Mangiola, S. 2024


    The growth of omic data presents evolving challenges in data manipulation, analysis and integration. Addressing these challenges, Bioconductor provides an extensive community-driven biological data analysis platform. Meanwhile, tidy R programming offers a revolutionary data organization and manipulation standard. Here we present the tidyomics software ecosystem, bridging Bioconductor to the tidy R paradigm. This ecosystem aims to streamline omic analysis, ease learning and encourage cross-disciplinary collaborations. We demonstrate the effectiveness of tidyomics by analyzing 7.5 million peripheral blood mononuclear cells from the Human Cell Atlas, spanning six data frameworks and ten analysis tools.

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