I wrote a python script and am in the process of writing the xml interface to do just this at this very moment but it uses matplotlib to draw the images.  I would be happy to share it with you, but it probably would not work on the public site unless they have matplotlib installed or would be willing to install it.

The result is attached and the "error" bars are the 95% confid intervals. File type can be pdf or png (or pretty much anything with small code change).


On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 1:37 PM, Peng, Tao <tpeng@fhcrc.org> wrote:
Hi when I am done with cuffdiff analysis in GALAXY, I got many tabular
data output for gene, transcript, promoter and CDS differential
expression testing, I wonder if there are some systematic ways to look
at the data output from cuffdiff analysis?



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