SPRING is a tool for uncovering high-dimensional structure in single-cell gene expression data. SPRING takes a (gene X cell) table of expression measurements and outputs a k-nearest-neighbor graph rendered using a force directed layout. Users can overlay prior information, including gene expression values, gene-set scores, cell cluster labels and sample IDs. Users can also upload custom coordinates that have been generated using an outside program such as tSNE.

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April 2018: We have made a major update to the SPRING viewer, as well as some minor changes to this upload tool. Please contact Caleb Weinreb (calebsw@gmail.com) or Sam Wolock (swolock@g.harvard.edu) with questions.

Step 1: Load data

Upload a new dataset or load an exisiting one

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Submit a text file in the following format (do not include a header)
Files can be compressed in the ".gz" or ".zip" formats.

The following formats are accepted: {.csv, .tsv, .npy (numpy), .npz (scipy sparse), .mtx}.

This file should contain a single-cell gene expression matrix. If a csv/tsv file is uploaded, non-numeric columns/rows at the beginning of the file will be skipped.

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Step 2: Process data

Minimum UMI total (for filtering cells)

Min number of cells with >=3 counts (for filtering genes)

Gene variability percentile (for filtering genes)

Number of PCA dimensions (for building graph)

Number of nearest neighbors (for graph)

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Step 3: Click here to view data

Please send problems or suggestions to

calebsw@gmail.com Klein lab website