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The SPADE algorithm was developed to address an important and unsolved problem – how to represent flow cytometry data.
As opposed to other methods such as principal component analysis, scRNA-Seq and clustering, the algorithm, named after SPADE: (Specific Partition Amplification and Dye Sorting) addresses the first principal challenge in the representation of flow cytometry data, which is the fact that there are very few visible events in a flow cytometry plot. The algorithm consists of two main steps.
First, each set of cells is split into two, with one half representing “preprocessed” data. The purpose of the preprocessing step is to dilute the data – the only visible events in the cells are those that overlap the region where the preprocessed events fall. This way, the data can be visualized by sorting, grouping, coloring and overlaying single cells. This is only possible by first diluting the cells and then sorting them.
In the first step of the SPADE algorithm, each set of cells is split into two, with one half representing “preprocessed” data. The purpose of the preprocessing step is to dilute the data – the only visible events in the cells are those that overlap the region where the preprocessed events fall. This way, the data can be visualized by sorting, grouping, coloring and overlaying single cells. This is only possible by first diluting the cells and then sorting them.
In the SPADE algorithm, the preprocessing step actually consists of two steps. The first step computes a hyperplane that splits the cells into two sets. The second step “dilutes” the cells in the first set to a level that allows us to visualize them.
For this to happen, the second step is important. When the algorithm is applied to a cell, it uses the cell’s feature vectors as coordinates in 3D space and splits the cell into the two sets. In the second step, a histogram is used to create a random vector that is used to calculate the average feature vector for each set. This way, cells in the same set get more similar to each other than to cells in the other set, the difference being the position that the cells occupy in 3D space, which is controlled by the distance from the hyperplane. The most distant cells then receive the highest score in the preprocessed data.
As a result, in the preprocessed data, all the cells can be seen, but
– Define your grid layout by importing a configuration
– View your data using surface plots, t-SNE plots or hierarchical clustering
– Generate new visualizations, annotate the nodes of the SPADE tree with the requested metadata, add annotations to the nodes
– Connect and analyze your data from several different multi-parameter flow cytometry experiments with the SPADE plugin
– Generate publications with the CytoSPADE Visualization software, just press print and your data will be ready.
The main features of the tool are the following:
– High throughput analysis of massive flow cytometry data
– Cell identification and clustering
– T-SNE-based visualization
– Support for multidimensional data, e.g. t-SNE plots
– K means clustering, t-SNE and hierarchical clustering
– Many different layouts for the SPADE tree, including both the binary layout (SPADE-Tree) and the random layout (SPADE-Tree Random)
– Support for cell size classes
– Post-processing: cell segmentation, identification and classification
– Annotation of nodes with several meta-data, including the cell-type of the cells, the signal-intensity of the markers, the time of the experiment etc.
– Track cell-type and annotation history
– Export high resolution images of the clusters as isosurfaces or as one- and two-dimensional images
– Scientific publications of the data
The plugin also includes a visualization tool called CytoSPADE Visualization that allows you to generate publications from the data.
You can get all the sources in the original Cytoscape SPADE project (
As opposed to SPADE-Tree, it also includes the random layout, which supports the visualization of massive amounts of data.
The visualization of the SPADE tree is done in two ways:
The algorithm of the SPADE layout has been created in collaboration with Prof. Jairo Velasquez at Univ. Isthmia in Greece.
In order to execute the algorithm the CytoSPADE plugin relies on Apache Spark, a library based on Scala and Java to execute programs in Big Data environments.
In this tutorial we will use the CytoSPADE plugin to create the SPADE tree.
What’s New in the CytoSPADE?
CytoSPADE is a plugin for the Cytoscape application designed to help you implement the SPADE algorithm in order to visualize and to analyze high-dimensional flow cytometry data.
The plugin can handle the data collected from the mass cytometers and allows you to work with flow cytometry data.
The main features of CytoSPADE:
It supports SPADE algorithms implemented in the R package SPADE.
It can integrate with the SPADE R package.
It handles the SPADE R package functions for sample and for cell detection.
It can deal with the data collected from the mass cytometers.
It supports cytometry standard (FITC, PE, APC, Violet, BV421, PE-Vio770, APC-Vio770, BV650, and APC-BV785) and DIVA cytometry data.
The plugin allows the detection of cell clusters and the extraction of information of their sizes and shapes.
It can deal with raw and pre-processed data.
It provides an advanced interface to open, review and navigate the collected data.
Support for Cytoscape:
CytoSPADE integrates with the Cytoscape application.
It implements a custom layout that will match well with the flow cytometry chart view.
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