We provide a novel web service, called rQuant.web, allowing
convenient access to tools for quantitative analysis of RNA sequencing
data. The underlying quantitation technique rQuant is based on
quadratic programming and incorporates different biases induced by
library preparation, sequencing, and read mapping. It can tackle
multiple transcripts per gene locus and is therefore particularly
well-suited to quantify alternative transcripts. rQuant.web is
available as a tool in a Galaxy installation available at
http://galaxy.fml.mpg.de. Using rQuant.web is free of
charge, open to all users, and there is no login requirement.
The web service can be found here: http://galaxy.fml.mpg.de. rQuant.web is the web interface to the RNA-Seq quantitation tool rQuant that is described in ,  and here.
- Accurately predicts abundances of a given set of transcripts.
- Tackles mulitple transcripts per gene locus.
- Estimates biases induced by experimental settings.
Getting StartedAn example how to use rQuant.web with an easy step-by-step explanation can be found here.
ContactIn case of comments, problems, questions etc. feel free to contact
 Bohnert, R and Rätsch, G (2010): rQuant.web: a tool for RNA-Seq-based transcript quantitation, Nucleic Acids Research, 38(Suppl 2):W348-51.