The Cancer Genome Atlas is the premier encyclopedia of molecular changes in cancer, presenting more than 11,000 cancer cases and over 22 different cancer subtypes. With more than 2.5 petabytes of high throughput sequencing data and dozens of datatypes, TCGA data can be a challenge for investigators to work with. Even working with the publically available clinical data can be a barrier. Enter TIES – and the TIES Cancer Network.

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