A bioinformatics solution to ease your omics data analysis. OUR workflows get you from reads to insights fast and easy.
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OmicsBox works out of the box on any standard PC or laptop with Windows, Linux and Mac.
OmicsBox is a bioinformatics software solution which allows to get from reads to insights with ease. Use OmicsBox for the NGS data analysis of genomes, transcriptomics and metagenomes.
OmicsBox is structured in Modules. Depending on your needs you can combine different modules required for your data analysis.
OmicsBox Base Platform
Manage Projects and Files, Access to Cloud Computing, Design, Run and Save Workflows, Visualize Data, Genome Browser, Filter and Sort Large Tables, General Bioinformatics Tools, and More.
- Genome Browser
- FastQC Quality Control Tools
- Generic Charts (Bar, Pie, etc.) and Venn Diagrams
- Access to File Manager, Support Mail, App Manager, Cloud Usage
- Load, View and Export all supported file types (.box, .b2g, .fasta, . fastq, .gff, .vcf., .bam, etc.)
Choose the right plan
for your project
Here some popular options. Click the “Configure” button below to configure your individual plan in accordance to your requirements and budget. Select the features you need, adjust the time to your project and the number of seats according to your team
1 Seat / 2 Users *
6M Computation Units
2 Seats / 4 Users *
12M Computation Units
3 Seats / 6 Users *
18M Computation Units
FAQ: Subscription Plans
Once subscribed to OmicsBox you will receive an activation code via email. This code allows you to immediately activate OmicsBox and all modules included in your subscription.
Please find here a list of available modules as well as general OmicsBox features.
Payment is possible via credit card (Visa, MasterCard) as well as via a purchase order from your institute.
You simply have to configure your subscription by clicking on the Configure button and the following pages will guide you through the online ordering process.
A subscription to OmicsBox gives you the possibility to obtain high-quality data analysis results for your datasets in less time and with less effort. Work independently with up-to-date resources and make use of our professional support just for the time you are subscribed to OmicsBox.
A subscription or SAAS based license model offers you a much more flexible and economical solution compared to the traditional “sell-and-run” software licenses deals. Give it a try.
You can choose between a one-time payment or you can split payments over multiple years depending on your preferences. The total amount will not vary. In case of an annual billing, you will automatically be issued an invoice for each year until the end of your subscription period.
Both scenarios are without automatic renewal by default.
OmicsBox works in combination with OmicsCloud, a high-performance computing environment which allows processing many different highly demanding bioinformatics algorithms in a secure way. Some jobs consume so-called Computation Units. All subscriptions with more than 2 modules include a certain amount of free Computation Units. For more information please continue reading here.
The minimum subscription time period is 12 month.
Seats mean the amount of parallel usage. Each seat allows two activations of OmicsBox on two different PCs.
The list of linked PCs can be reset upon request due to reasons like e.g. the change of hardware or the change of team members via our support center.
Great! All active Blast2GO PRO subscriptions prior to April 2019 can switch to OmicsBox for free and we will maintain your Blast2GO pricing for your OmicsBox extensions. If you have questions regarding this please write us.
OmicsBox is a Desktop Application which runs on Windows, Mac and Linux. Download the installation wizard and activate OmicsBox with an activation key. Once installed start right away with your bioinformatics analysis.
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Over 500 Institutions around the world trust OmicsBox
- University of California, Berkeley, United States
- USDA-ARS, United States
- University of San Francisco, United States
- American Museum of Natural History, United States
- Clemson University, United States
- West Virginia State University, United States
- University of Richmond, United States
- Brigham Young University, United States
- University of California, Irvine, United States
- Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Institute of Fruit Tree Research, China
- Chinese Academy of Agricultural Science, China
- Korea Research Institute of Bioscience & Biotechnology, Korea
- Queensland University of Technology, Australia
- Australian National University, Australia
- CSIRO, Australia
- University of New South Wales, Australia
- University of New Brunswick, Canada
- Agriculture Agri-Food Canada, Canada
- University of Pretoria, Veterinary Tropical Diseases, South Africa
- University of Cape Town, South Africa
- INRA, France
- University of Lyon, France
- Akita Prefectural University, Japan
- Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Chemical Ecology, Germany
- Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Evolutionary Genetics, Germany
- Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Evolutionary Biology, Germany
- School of Biological Sciences, Bangor University, United Kingdom
- Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas, CSIC, Spain
- CIBNOR, The Northwestern Center of Biological Research, Mexico
- Lincoln University, New Zealand
- Temasek, National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile
- Universidade do Algarve, Portugal
- Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Italy
- University of Gothenburg, Sweden
- Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Helsinki, Finland
- University of Haifa, Israel
- Instituto de Acuicultura “Torre de la Sal”, CSIC, Spain
- Australian Institute of Marine Science, ATRF, Australia
- Osaka City University, Japan
- and more …