cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics


Key Findings:

  • cBioPortal for Cancer Genomics is an open-source platform for interactive, exploratory analysis of large-scale clinicogenomic
  • The site (https://www.cbioportal.org) hosts data from >390 studies from individual labs and large consortia, including
    AACR Project GENIE, which contains >197,000 clinically sequenced samples with clinical annotations like response,
    outcome, and treatment history.
  • A suite of user-friendly visualizations and analyses, including OncoPrints, mutation lollipop plots, variant interpretation,
    group comparison, survival analysis, expression correlation analysis, alteration enrichment analysis, and cohort and patientlevel
    visualization, enable comprehensive exploration of these data.
  • cBioPortal is an open source, collaborative effort among groups at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Dana-Farber
    Cancer Institute, Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Caris Life Sciences, Bilkent University
    and The Hyve.