Multi-Omics Analysis Platform

3X-MOmics is a platform that analyzes a variety of NGS-based biodata
to discover multi omics links and new biomarkers.

It analyzes various forms of life information data produced based on NGS and helps discover new
biomarkers by linking different forms of omics data.


The advent of next-generation sequencing technologies has ushered in an era of unprecedented data generation in the field of omics. The ease with which data can now be generated contrasts sharply with the challenges of effectively storing and analyzing these vast volumes of information. This dichotomy underscores a significant hurdle in modern research endeavors. As the data deluge continues, the task of integration becomes paramount, particularly when dealing with diverse omics technologies such as RNA-Seq, Proteomics, Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS), and Whole Exome Sequencing (WES). Integrating these multifaceted datasets holds immense promise for unlocking comprehensive insights into biological processes, disease mechanisms, and intricate molecular relationships. However, the convergence of these data streams presents a complex puzzle, demanding innovative solutions to harmonize, analyze, and extract meaningful knowledge from the wealth of information.


The landscape of omics research, driven by the surge in Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) data, presents a complex set of challenges. The utilization of various vendor machines for NGS data generation introduces diversity in data formats, compounding the intricacies of data processing. The profusion of open-source programs for data analysis further exacerbates the issue, with the average user often unaware of the full spectrum of available tools. The central challenge lies in harmonizing these disparate datasets for integration. This necessitates the establishment of common columns, a task fraught with difficulties due to inherent incompatibilities between datasets. Each dataset’s unique requirements and structures hinder straightforward integration. As a result, a comprehensive solution must tackle issues of standardization, data processing knowledge dissemination, and the formulation of adaptable data structures that facilitate seamless integration, enabling researchers to glean meaningful insights from the amalgamationof diverse omics technologies.


In response to the challenges posed by the complex landscape of omics data, 3BIGS has ingeniously devised a transformative solution: an integrated omics analysis platform. This comprehensive platform empowers researchers to analyze diverse datasets encompassing WGS, WES, RNA-Seq, Chip-Seq, and single-cell data, all within a unified framework. Remarkably, each processing pipeline is flexible and customizable, tailored to the unique demands of individual research projects. One of the most groundbreaking features is the user-friendly interface, eliminating the need for programming expertise. Researchers can effortlessly create and execute customized pipelines with a simple click, streamlining the analysis process.

Addressing resource constraints, the platform dynamically allocates hardware resources as needed, ensuring equitable access to cutting-edge computational power, leveling the playing field between smaller research labs and renowned institutions. A key innovation is the integration of all components on the AWS cloud, obviating the need for hardware upkeep while enabling seamless access.

Furthermore, 3BIGS’s solution transcends data silos by enabling the integration of disparate omics data. This integration is bolstered by intuitive visualization tools, which allow researchers to glean insights from various vantage points. By encapsulating analysis, accessibility, and integration within a single platform, 3BIGS has revolutionized omics research, democratizing resources and expediting scientific discovery across diverse fields of study.

Web-based multi-omics data analytics platform

Based on more than 30 million scientific literature, it structures genes, diseases, drugs, clinical information, and supports various information to identify the flow of research.

3X-MOmics Analytical Experience

Many Korean government agencies, companies, hospitals, universities, etc. are working on producing, analyzing, and interpreting NGS-based multi-omics data of 3X-MOmics