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Survival View survival of saved chorts. Compare Kaplan Meier curves.

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Overview

Survival allow users to create patient cohorts in other tabs and view those survival rates of each patient cohort in a single graph. By default, the survival curves are shown for all patients.

Survival
  • Survival Curves: Each curve represents a saved patient cohort.
  • Control Bar: Collection of controls that operate over the graphical area. Each cohort can be toggled on/off of the plot.
  • Cohorts and Collections: Snapshots of the various collections, either patient or gene (gene coming soon). Different filters include visualizing age at diagnosis, gender, race, ethnicity, vital status or tumor status. Also, includes the ability to save and push cohorts through the various tools. To learn more visit Oncoscape
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Use Cases

View cohorts survival curves

After cohorts are push to survival view all or selected curves in the graph.

  1. Saved cohorts on left have been pushed from other analysis tools (e.g, Markers + Patients, Timelines).
  2. Each saved cohort generates a survival curve on the graph, including patient information.
  3. Toggle cohort surival curves on/off using the control bar.
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Navigation

Cohorts

Switch the survival curves on or off in the Cohorts box.


Cohorts + Collections (left bar)

Snapshots of the various collections, either patient or gene (gene coming soon). Different filters include visualizing age at diagnosis, gender, race, ethnicity, vital status or tumor status. To learn more visit Oncoscape

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Methods

Data (TCGA) for timelines was downloaded from the University of California Santa Cruz cancer browser (August 2014 update). More in depth data including the clinical enumerations used can be reviewed at Oncoscape Web api

Generation of the curves achieved by Kaplan-Meier methods, ported to javascript.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I export or print my graphs?

Users can push saved cohorts to the spreadsheet tool by clicking the the Analysis Tool button at the top of the screen. Once there click the Export: CSV button. An Excel file will be generated and downloaded to your computer.


How do I save my data for a return visit?

All data for selections and cohorts will be automatically saved for a return visit assuming users are on the same computer to login. User logins that allow stored sessions from any device will be deployed in a future release.