Scanpy – Single-Cell Analysis in Python
Scanpy is a scalable toolkit for analyzing single-cell gene expression data built jointly with anndata. It includes preprocessing, visualization, clustering, trajectory inference and differential expression testing. The Python-based implementation efficiently deals with datasets of more than one million cells.
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Scanpy hits 100 contributors! 2022-03-31
Of course, contributions to the project are not limited to direct modification of the source code. Many others have improved the project by building on top of it, participating in development discussions, helping others with usage, or by showing off what it’s helped them accomplish.
Thanks to all our contributors for making this project possible!
New community channels 2022-03-31
We’ve moved our forums and have a new publicly available chat!
Toolkit for spatial (squidpy) and multimodal (muon) published 2022-02-01
Two large toolkits extending our ecosystem to new modalities have had their manuscripts published!
New tutorial on the usage of Pearson Residuals: → tutorial: tutorial_pearson_residuals J Lause, G Palla
normalize_pearson_residuals()for Pearson Residuals normalization
highly_variable_genes()for HVG selection with Pearson Residuals
normalize_pearson_residuals_pca()for Pearson Residuals normalization and dimensionality reduction with PCA
recipe_pearson_residuals()for Pearson Residuals normalization, HVG selection and dimensionality reduction with PCA
Embedding plots can now pass
colorbar_locto specify the location of colorbar legend, or pass
Noneto not show a colorbar PR 1821 A Schaar I Virshup
Embedding plots now have a
dimensionsargument, which lets users select which dimensions of their embedding to plot and uses the same broadcasting rules as other arguments PR 1538 I Virshup
Multiple packages have been added to our ecosystem page, including:
pytablesdependency by implementing
h5pydue to installation errors on Windows PR 2064