The goal is to use the GenePattern computational genomics platform, which has served the cancer community since 2004, as the foundation for a new electronic notebook environment to provide cancer research community a way to easily collaborate on, document, capture, and share their work, from conception through analysis to publication. Through these efforts we will support a diverse community of users at the forefront of cancer research who seek to better understand the underlying mechanisms of disease, translate improved methods for patient diagnosis and prognosis to the clinic, and identify new drug targets. The aims of the project are1: Develop a GenePattern electronic notebook for collaborative in silico research. Leveraging a novel blend of GenePattern, Google Drive/Docs, and the IPython platform, we will develop an environment for creating and deploying electronic notebooks to support the entirety of ongoing collaborative studies, including running analyses, presenting results, recording comments and interpretation of results, and capturing the reproducible computational workflow. 2: Create a collection of GenePattern notebooks for cancer research. We will formulate and deploy dynamic GenePattern notebooks embodying complete analysis studies based on driving cancer projects, to guide investigators through relevant considerations at each analysis execution step to choices best supporting their research goals. 3: Add GenePattern modules to address cancer complexity. We will add new modules as required for the notebook collection in aim 2, including new information-theoretic approaches to identifying biomarkers, clustering, classification, and dimension reduction. 4: Provide training and GenePattern Notebook support for the cancer research community. We will provide a high level of support for the notebook environment; develop cancer focused training materials featuring notebooks based on driving cancer projects; deploy a public GenePattern server on the high- performance computing infrastructure at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.