Create Experiments and Projects
Create your own experiments and group them in projects. Store data for each experiment in one place.
Upload your experiment files along with the metadata and make them available to collaborators.
Share Data with Colleagues
Share your files with colleagues in your lab or in other laboratories. Get access to public projects and experiments.
Analyze Your Data
You can analyze data you've uploaded into Chorus, make graphs and much more.
More Benefits with Chorus
- Cost Efficient
Replaces up-front capital infrastructure expenses with low variable costs that scale with growth of your data. Shared computational resources allow affordable analysis of large scale experiments.
- High Performance
Fast raw data viewers and processing. Chorus is leveraging InfoClinika’s cloud based data management platform designed for real time visualizations and parallel processing.
Chorus is build on a top of Amazon cloud technologies leveraging redundant S3 and Glacier storages, EC2 distributed computations, and highly available, replicated Amazon Relational Database Service. The user is always using the latest version.
Chorus is meant to be one stop for all MS data management, processing, and analysis. It’s architected as an open platform for integration of both open source and proprietary algorithms and services. Chorus is a nonprofit effort.
- Vendor Neutral
Store, share, visualize, and analyze data across vendor platforms.
Stratus Biosciences will be introducing the CHORUS Project and its capabilities at this year’s ASMS conference in Minneapolis in a Workshop at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday June 12, 2013. Participants will be able to access CHORUS on their laptops and mobile devices and provide feedback on what they feel are the essential features of such a community platform.Posted on
LeRoy B. Martin, III, Ph.DI'd like to add my voice to the call for a more organized way to share data, and adopt standards so that we are all accountable for our results. All of our efforts should add to the greater understanding, and not to the fog of unsupportable claims. As a vendor, we really want to see the community adopt standards, and with them the understanding of what is good data. That means the ability to share data and apply all the appropriate quality metrics.
Biological Mass Spectrometry
M. Arthur Moseley, PhD.The information content from proteomic analyses continue to increase in lockstep with advances in mass spectrometers. As these instruments increase in resolution, mass accuracy, sensitivity, & speed — and add new capabilities (ion-mobility), their RAW data file sizes have proportionally increased. All proteomics laboratories struggle with the fundamentals of storing and importantly — sharing — the tens of Terabytes of data generated in their labs. From what I have seen, CHORUS addresses these challenges, while adding state of the art visualization capabilities. We plan to use CHORUS as an integral part of our data sharing plan.
Director of Proteomics Duke University School of Medicine
Chris TirpakThis team truly gets it. They understand the science and as importantly the issues around the collaboration and sharing required to move the science forward. They also understand the flexibility, adaptability, and power that cloud computing will give them. As cloud computing advances they will be ready to take advantage of what it has to offer. Also, I won’t be surprised to see cloud computing evolve to help StratusBiosciences solve the problems unique to collaborative big science data. If there is a team that can make this happen, that has the passion for the problem at hand, and is ready to lead the way, this is the team.
Vice President of Information Technology at Echostar
Recognizing that the sharing, public dissemination, and analysis of mass spectrometry data has become a major challenge for many laboratories, Stratus Biosciences was founded with the ambitious goal to solve these problems. Stratus Biosciences is a not-for-profit company based in Seattle, WA with the goal of building and providing professionally developed software solutions for the mass spectrometry community. The Chorus Project is our cloud based platform for providing these services.