FlexArray is a Microsoft Windows software package for statistical analysis and visualization of microarray expression data. Currently, it supports the analysis of Affymetrix GeneChip® Illumina BeadChip®, and several types of one-color and two-color expression arrays. Many other types of studies (e.g. proteomics, gene methylation) can be analyzed through the feature of importing custom normalized data.
FlexArray was created by a team under the supervision of Professor Robert Nadon of McGill University, and is currently supervised by Guillaume Bourque, Director of Bioinformatics, McGill University & Génome Québec Innovation Centre. Its development has been made possible thanks to funding from Génome Québec and McGill University.
Two-color data analysis has been developed with the support of the EmbryoGENE network.
FlexArray is free to academic and government researchers.
Notice: Version 1.6.1 of FlexArray has been released on March 22, 2011. We strongly recommend that users of previous versions upgrade to version 1.6.1. Users of version 1.6 who wish to analyze Affymetrix or two-color data should also upgrade.
You can learn more about the new features added in version 1.6.1 by downloading the following document New features 1.6.pdf.