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The FirePlex Analysis Workbench software is a free and powerful analysis tool that processes raw cytometer data from the FirePlex immunoassays and miRNA assays into publication-ready charts and heat maps.
Since FirePlex particle technology uses cytometry and/or high content imaging in a way that no one else does, we developed the FirePlex Analysis Workbench to decode the particles and transform .fcs and/or .tiff files into publication-ready graphs and charts. We also added multiple features to ease analysis and allow you to get the answers you need. These include:
Interested in seeing how the software works? Get your user guides below, or watch a video tutorial of the software in action.
In this tutorial video, Michael Tackett, Director of Assay Services, walks you through the program step-by-step. If you wish to follow along with the video using the actual files in the tutorial, you can download them below. The download contains a .csv and .fcs file.
FirePlex Analysis Workbench requires Java 6 or later and Java Web Start (which is usually packaged with Java).
You may receive a warning that an application is requesting access to your system. If you do, check the details of the certificate and click "Allow". This is needed so the FirePlex Analysis Workbench can open your data files.
On a Mac, security may prevent the application from running with a double-click. You can proceed by right-clicking the application and selecting "Open with Java Web Start".
Java Web Start will then securely download and verify the signed application. You may also be asked to allow a shortcut to be installed on your desktop.
On some systems, Java Web Start may ask for permission to access the internet to check for a new version. Although not required FirePlex Analysis Workbench, unless your Java is older than 2006, it is recommended to stay up to date for security purposes.
If you're interested in FirePlex immunoassays, please get in touch with us.
FirePlex miRNA assay guide
FirePlex is a registered trademark in the United States and is an unregistered trademark elsewhere.