To support interactive visualizations of single-cell data, we released two open-source packages, pyBCS and rBCS, for creating a BioTuring Compressed Study (BCS) file from a scanpy or seurat object.
BCS files can be loaded directly into BBrowser, a platform for single-cell omics data analysis, without going through the in-app pre-processing pipeline.
Here scientists can interactively visualize their single-cell analysis results from scanpy and seurat, and perform more downstream analyses (e.g. marker finding, differential expression, compositional analysis, enrichment analysis, sub-clustering, etc.).
rBCS (compatible with Seurat 3 and 4): https://github.com/bioturing/rBCS
pyBCS (compatible with scanpy >=1.0.0): https://pypi.org/project/pyBCS-bioturing/