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Explore data-driven hypotheses

Connect the dots and jumpstart your experiments by completing weeks of background research in minutes.

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Chat with data

Ask questions about the data using ARC, our Automated Research Companion. Enquire about a gene, hypothesis, concept, or experimental approach.

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Advance your research

Propel your research forward by finding pathways to explore with higher likelihoods of novel discovery.

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Hypotheses generated

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Hours saved per project

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Minutes to first discovery

How does it work?

Analyze data, generate hypotheses, and compare each to the literature

Science is slow, and many of the ideas we test are not right. Heureka helps come up with better hypotheses...data-driven hypotheses so students and fellows can reduce the amount of time on a project and increase its impact.

Matthew Hirschey

Duke University

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FAQ

Frequently asked questions

You have questions. We have answers.
How do I get started?
Just type in a gene symbol and we’ll share a gene summary and some of our top hypotheses. From there, you can chat with ARC and explore!
How does Heureka come up with hypotheses?
We process public data through our proprietary AI/ML algorithms to develop data objects. We then compare insights against published scientific literature to determine if a hypothesis is “known” or “unknown.” We then surface these hypotheses as part of our gene summaries or as one of our hypothesis recommendations.
What data powers Heureka’s models?
We source data from credible, validated public sources including PubMed, TCGA, and other institutions. We’re also working on the ability to upload your lab’s data to a private instance to help you generate unique hypotheses and insights as well as advance computational biology analytics. Stay tuned!
How can I know if hypotheses are credible?
From our data analysis, we generate data objects which we then classify as “known” or “unknown” in scientific literature. The underlying data objects that generate hypotheses follow the same methodology and process as those that are validated by literature to populate gene summaries. Over time, our hypotheses are tested through experimentation and migrate to gene summaries once proven.
Could a “hypothesis” be known or a “gene summary fact” be unsubstantiated by scientific literature?
Some data may appear in published literature missed by our classifier, so they will appear in the “hypothesis” section instead of the “gene summary” section. For the gene summaries, all data objects have a corresponding publication, so this should limit the risk of any unproven facts being classified as “known.” And remember: these are hypotheses after all.
How often does Heureka refresh its data and literature review?
We update our data sources every 3 months.
Is there a free trial available?
Yes, you can try Heureka for free for 7 days. Our onboarding process will get you up and running, and discovering in no time.
Will you extend my free trial?
Free trials are limited to 7 days. Based on common user experiences, one week is enough time to fully assess the capabilities of the Heureka platform.
What is your cancellation policy?
Because we provide all of the Heureka data and hypotheses from the first day, we cannot offer refunds.
How many lab members can use one account?
Up to 10 members can use a single lab account. Heureka is designed for collaboration and exploration of hypotheses from multiple view points. Have more than 10 members who want access? Contact us using the link below and we will design a custom subscription for your group.
How do I add a member to my subscription?
Each account will designate a primary member, such as the lab manager, who handles billing and account access. Login to the platform, and from the profile button, new members can be invited via email.
How does billing work?
After the 7-day free trial, the lab account manager will need to enter credit card payment information to continue to access the platform. After payment, users will receive a receipt. The subscription is good for one year. In the 11th month, users will be prompted to renew their subscription to maintain access to the Heureka platform.

Do you need to pay by a method other than credit card? Contact us using the button below and we’ll work with you and your business manager.
What's included in my subscription?
- Access to all data-driven hypotheses
- Unlimited ARC chats
- Data summaries and chats with 20,000+ genes -- metabolites, pathways, and more coming soon
- Free CarbonDraft letter drafts for a year*
- Early access to new products and services, including bioinformatics tools
- Customer support priority access
- 7-day money back guarantee. University lab subscriptions include up to 10 user licenses while commercial labs include up to 20 users.
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