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February 10, 2014

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Jacob Frelinger

If flowjo is still using Java, the automated tools provided by the python fcm suite shouldn't be too hard to incorporate using jython. Having not worked with CUDA in java, I can't say how hard it would be to leverage the GPU enabled mixture modeling in fcm (jcuda exists but I've really not looked at it ever), but the cpu version should work.

maciej simm

Java has a growing openCL support, I've mostly played with the one called aparapi. https://code.google.com/p/aparapi/

however, I've also seen a growing number of R modules take advantage of GPU's so it's almost always worth a search there first, especially now that FlowJo acts as a R dispatcher, especially in the Amazon AWS "datacenter" setups.

Jython/jcuda would face learning curve issues, but on a slight tangent, we're always open to hiring new talent. ;)

Wanyong Zeng

John:
I have meet you at Biogen Idec for FlowJo training.
You talked little bit about SPADE on FlowJo.
I have try but not working for me.I just download V10.0.7 on PC.
Can you help me out for this. We want use SPADE to analysis 12 color panel.
Thanks.
Wanyong

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