beam2: Transcript Level Estimation From Repeated Observations

The beam2 function takes as input pairs of observed gene expression levels from repeated experiments under identical conditions, and outputs the BEAM estimates of the true transcript levels, and the standard deviations of those estimates.

Enter one or more pairs of observed values from repeated experiments in the form, then hit SUBMIT to see the BEAM estimates and standard deviations. Alternately, you may provide the name of a file containing pairs of observed values; in this case, only the file will be used, and values entered directly into the form will be ignored. In either case, enter numeric values separated by whitespace. You may enter as many values per line as you like.

This implementation of BEAM handles observed values between -600 and 15,000; inputs outside this range or nonnumeric inputs will result in estimates and standard deviations denoted by NaN.

There will be some delay while the estimates are calculated; BEAM needs to load several large lookup tables into memory.

Observed values: