Zhongwen Development Tool - helping to study Mandarin Chinese
The ZDT (Zhongwen Development Tool) is written in Java using the Eclipse RCP to help users study mandarin Chinese. The most important feature is the flashcard study feature. ZDT currently contains: * a Flashcard plugin for memorizing Chinese characters, their meaning and their pinyin/pronunciation. The user is able to import Character lists or enter them manually. This * a Dictionary search plugin with three dictionaries: ADSO, CeDict, HanDeDict. The HanDeDict is a German dictionary. It is also possible to search any word lists entered by the user using the flashcard plugin. * an Annotator plugin. The Annotator converts the Chinese characters into pinyin, using the Alphabet with accents. On the ZDT website, flashcard lists are available for some commonly used books, such as Hanyu Jiaocheng (汉语教程). User discussion can be found on: http://www.chinese-forums.com/index.php?/forum/35-zdt-flashcards-forum/ You also may choose to use Tickets -> Support (see above).
XML-Print: typesetting arbitrary XML documents in high quality
"XML-Print" is a joint project of the FH Worms (Prof. Marc W. Küster) and the University of Trier (Prof. Claudine Moulin) with support from TU Darmstadt (Prof. Andrea Rapp). Its goal is the creation of a XML formatter designated especially for the needs of the “Digital Humanties”. The project is funded by the DFG. Please visit https://sites.google.com/a/budabe.eu/xmlprint_de/kontakt and let us know, what you think about XML-Print – Does it meet your expectations? – What is missing? – Do you use it regularly? Thank you.
Open Source Online Bibliographic Data Management
Bibliograph is a powerful and intuitive open source web application for the collaborative collection, editing and publishing of bibliographic data such as a bibliographies, small library collections or shared research data. It features a modern user interface similar to a desktop application.
Label-free protein quantification for LC-MS
MSqBAT is a freely-available all-platform software application for label-free quantification of proteins from LS-MS data. It was developed in the lab of Dr. Christoph Rösli at the Heidelberg Institude for Stem Cells and Experimental Medicine (HI-STEM) and the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). It’s main features are 1) Label-free, MS1-based quantification 2) Support both LC-MALDI-MS- as well as LC-ESI-MS data 3) Supports both GeLC-MALDI-MS- and GeLC-ESI-MS data 4) Convenient, graphical user interface Acknowledgements The development of MSqBAT is kindly supported by YourKit Java Profiler.
JRipples is an Eclipse plug-in that supports a programmer during software maintenance and evolution in two ways: it does relevant program analysis, and it manages organization of steps that comprise the impact analysis and subsequent change propagation. Further questions? Feel free to contact Yibin Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org).