@VahidGh Sounds good. In terms of the cells we would be working with, I believe that there is data available for the adult cells. In C. elegans, there are developmental cells (e.g. with a nomenclature that generates names such as ABalaar) that divide until becoming fully-differentiated adult cells that do not divide. The WormAtlas database provides annotations for the adult cells. One thing we would need to do is make sure that the data we do extract are consistent with the adult nomenclature, and then annotate each cell with a separate database (I have access to a much larger set of adult cell names).
If you would like to take a first pass at this, let's talk about it at the next DevoWorm meeting. We meet on Mondays at 4pm CDT (-5 UTC). The meeting takes place in Google Hangouts: https://hangouts.google.com/call/xbp72yxc3zrptg6hhqecboaavqa If you cannot make that time, we can meet one-on-one sometime next week. In the meantime, see if you can take one of the files from the Gene Expression Omnibus database and see if you can extract the raw data. This might be a bit tricky and will involve some research, but if you are successful we can really do a lot in terms of data analysis. Thanks, and talk to you later.