A web-based analysis platform to use your data products

Promote a data-driven culture — securely streamline on-demand access to data and faster analysis. Store and share your useful data artifacts (UDATs) from one platform.

Tag.bio analysis platform

A single platform for data management and analysis

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Accessible, reusable data products

  • Turn data sources, data files, and metadata into accessible data products
  • Manage multiple data products in one platform. Reduce data inconsistency and duplications.
  • Integrate public data with proprietary data
  • As new data arises, you can rapidly develop and use new data products
  • Data products are updated on your preferred schedule, keeping your data and analyses current, versioned and reproducible
  • Each data product comes with analysis apps which are tailored to that dataset

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On-demand analysis apps

  • Gain autonomy over your data analysis process within a guided environment
  • Confidently ask and answer your own questions by running, iterating, and re-running analyses in your own terms
  • Perform simple and advanced statistical analysis without learning to code
  • Use and reuse R & Python scripts created by your data scientists as analysis apps

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Parameterize without coding

  • Design a cohort dynamically – observe the changes in your cohort size with every selection
  • Analyze your cohorts using point-and-click parameter selection
  • Use the search function to easily find your parameter of interest from large collections
  • Instantly iterate on analysis by modifying your previous set of parameters to generate a new set of results

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Accessible useful data artifacts (UDATs)

  • UDATs are digital objects create when you or an algorithm analyze the data
  • Examples of UDATs are cohorts, analysis results, and groups of variables that represent gene signatures or risk scores
  • UDATs are automatically saved with provenance, making them easy to reproduce and use in subsequent analyses

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  • Re-run analyses from UDATs and share them with anyone on your team
  • Sharing reduces redundant work
  • UDATs support data-driven decisions, maximizing productivity and efficiency
  • The transparent and executable history facilitates retention of institutional knowledge

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Data Product Examples

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TCGA Pan-Cancer Atlas And The Immune Landscape Of Cancer

This data product is a combination of data from two sources: TCGA Pan-Cancer Atlas and the Immune Landscape of Cancer. It has 10,967 samples from 33 cancer types.

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COVID-19 Synthetic Data

This data product contains synthetic patient data mimicking a population tested for COVID-19.

Analysis App Examples

Cox Survival

Perform a cox regression survival analysis for the specified cohort.

Python Integration

Turn Python models and visualizations into analysis apps.

Analysis Result Examples

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R Integration

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Python Integration

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UMAP & Clustering

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Cox Survival

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Pathway Analysis

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Descriptive Statistics


AWS Tech Talk For NIH:
An Introduction To Tag.bio

Learn how major Pharma companies and university health systems improve value-based care, drive the future of precision medicine, and promote collaboration (without explicitly moving data around).

How to Run an Analysis

Running an analysis in Tag.bio is as simple as choosing a data product, selecting an analysis app, setting the parameters, and hitting “run”.

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“I feel like a data superhero!”

– Michelle Mourad, MD,
Vice Chair of Clinical Affairs and Value, Department of Medicine,
Medical Director, Transitions in Care, UCSF Health

Let’s get the conversation started

From a 30-minute demo to an inquiry about our 4-week pilot project, we are here to answer all of your questions!