HeatMapper is an easy-to-use program that draws heatmaps and displays clinical data next to the heatmap. HeatMapper also has the ability to save the heatmap and clinical data as a picture.

To use it, you need a heatmap correlation file and a sample data file with matching sample id's. Tab-delimited and comma-separated file formats are accepted.

An example of a heatmap correlation file can be found here.
An example of a sample data file can be found here.
An example of a resulting figure can be found here.

The HeatMapper has been published; the article can be found at BioMedCentral. Please use this article for citations.

19/10/06:New feature: the HeatMapper can now save and open files.