TappAS’ website contains an Overview section that describes the necessary inputs to create a project, the application’s computational requirements, the graphical interface, and some of tappAS main features. We are also working on a series of Tutorials demonstrating different aspects of the application and how to run and interpret Functional Iso-Transcriptomics analyses. You can see all currently published tutorials here.
In addition, our team gave a live tutorial on Functional Iso-Transcriptomics (FIT) analysis at ISMB 2020 online conference. If interested in watching the lecture and/or doing the exercises, you can find the part of the tutorial addressing tappAS in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=yUYlLOQmO1A. The necessary files used during the hands-on, as well as a slides containing all hands-on exercise descriptions, are available here. Note that all files used for this purpose are the same as those provided in the Demo project (see FAQ right below).
Finally, we recommend using the “Help” buttons available in all of tappAS windows and panels. These buttons work as built-in documentation and will provide extra information for whatever it is a user is viewing at the moment: analysis parameters window before running an analysis, a results table, a plot or summary graphics.