Deep probabilistic analysis of single-cell omics data.
Analysis of single-cell omics data
scvi-tools is composed of models that perform many analysis tasks across single- or multi-omics:
- Dimensionality reduction
- Data integration
- Automated annotation
- Factor analysis
- Doublet detection
- Spatial deconvolution
- and more!
Rapid development of novel probabilistic models
scvi-tools contains the building blocks to develop and deploy novel probablistic models. These building blocks are powered by popular probabilistic and machine learning frameworks such as PyTorch Lightning and Pyro. For an overview of how the scvi-tools package is structured, you may refer to this page.
We recommend checking out the skeleton repository as a starting point for developing and deploying new models with scvi-tools.
conda install scvi-tools -c conda-forge
and for pip,
pip install scvi-tools
Please be sure to install a version of PyTorch that is compatible with your GPU (if applicable).
- Tutorials, API reference, and installation guides are available in the documentation.
- For discussion of usage, check out our forum.
- Please use the issues to submit bug reports.
- If you'd like to contribute, check out our contributing guide.
- If you find a model useful for your research, please consider citing the corresponding publication (linked above).
If you use
scvi-tools in your work, please cite
A Python library for probabilistic analysis of single-cell omics data
Adam Gayoso, Romain Lopez, Galen Xing, Pierre Boyeau, Valeh Valiollah Pour Amiri, Justin Hong, Katherine Wu, Michael Jayasuriya, Edouard Mehlman, Maxime Langevin, Yining Liu, Jules Samaran, Gabriel Misrachi, Achille Nazaret, Oscar Clivio, Chenling Xu, Tal Ashuach, Mariano Gabitto, Mohammad Lotfollahi, Valentine Svensson, Eduardo da Veiga Beltrame, Vitalii Kleshchevnikov, Carlos Talavera-López, Lior Pachter, Fabian J. Theis, Aaron Streets, Michael I. Jordan, Jeffrey Regier & Nir Yosef
Nature Biotechnology 2022 Feb 07. doi: 10.1038/s41587-021-01206-w.
along with the publicaton describing the model used.
You can cite the scverse publication as follows:
The scverse project provides a computational ecosystem for single-cell omics data analysis
Isaac Virshup, Danila Bredikhin, Lukas Heumos, Giovanni Palla, Gregor Sturm, Adam Gayoso, Ilia Kats, Mikaela Koutrouli, Scverse Community, Bonnie Berger, Dana Pe’er, Aviv Regev, Sarah A. Teichmann, Francesca Finotello, F. Alexander Wolf, Nir Yosef, Oliver Stegle & Fabian J. Theis
Nature Biotechnology 2022 Apr 10. doi: 10.1038/s41587-023-01733-8.
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