The cBio Cancer Genomics Portal is an open-source resource for interactive exploration of multidimensional cancer genomics data sets.

BBMRI-NL’s cBioportal service
The cBioPortal web interface makes visualization of gene-level data across genes, samples and data types available to users that lack bioinformatics expertise. Visualizations include survival analysis, networks analysis, co-expression and the onco-print (gene-print). Furthermore, a study view provides summary statistics of clinical data and allows to create data subsets for further analysis.

The portal supports various genomic data types, including somatic mutations, DNA copy-number alterations (CNAs), mRNA and microRNA (miRNA) expression, DNA methylation, protein abundance, and phosphoprotein abundance.

The cBioPortal services hosted by BBMRI-NL in collaboration with TraIT has access policies to protect your data. Study owners can decide which users have access to their studies.

For more on cBioPortal  and the community surrounding it, please visit the community website at http://www.cbioportal.org/.

Using cBioPortal
BBRMRI-NL supports a central cBioPortal service for multi-center biomarker studies. Requesting access and getting started is mostly organized through the Service desk: