Olink Statistical Services
Statistical analysis and data visualization
As part of Olink Proteomics’ commitment to provide our customers with the highest possible standard of products and services for targeted human protein biomarker discovery, we are delighted to offer our fee-for-service Statistical Services. Our team of biostatisticians can help you with customized statistical analysis to help ensure that you maximize the value and information output from your studies run using Olink panels.
Overview of our biostatistical offering:
- Performed by Olink expert professionals experienced in handling this type of data
- Customizable according to client needs
- Provides a fast and reliable way to get the most out of your experiment
- Charged by an hourly rate, according to the scope of the project.
Some examples of the wide range of biostatistical support available are shown below.
Univariate/multivariate test presented in a volcano plot
This provides fast and easy testing of a single hypothesis for all proteins analyzed in the study.
A univariate or multivariate test can establish associations between protein levels and the variable of interest. Available tests include, but are not limited to t-tests, linear regressions and ANOVA.
A results table and volcano plot can be delivered to the customer. (You can read more about volcano plots here).
Example of a volcano plot, including cutoff lines for significance criteria.
Other advanced statistical analysis
If you need statistical support that goes beyond the scope of single hypothesis testing, our Data Science team can provide more advanced analysis. This will be tailored to your specific requirements and objectives.
Examples of advanced statistical analysis include heatmap analysis, enrichment analysis, building of diagnostic models and many other possibilities, all subject to individual discussions. Contact your local sales representative for further information.
Example of a heatmap analysis where similar proteins and samples are placed next to each other and the intensity is represented by a color.
If you have any questions, please contact us.