multiSLIDE allows both the data analysis and the generated visualization to be shared and disseminated online for collaborative research, a feature that is often missing in existing visualization tools. In multiSLIDE, visualization in the current view can be rendered in a ready to print form, using the save visualization option. This re-renders the current view in a more compact form in a separate window in resolution independent SVG format. The print or save as options of the browser can be used to save the contents of the window as a high-resolution PDF file (Supplementary Fig. S1d).

The analysis workspace can be saved as.mslide files and shared among collaborating parties (Supplementary Fig. S1d). These files can be loaded back into a different instance of multiSLIDE running on any web browser for continued analysis. The saved analysis retains all user customizations and data selections, as well as the raw and processed data in JSON format.

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