This project houses software to analyze data acquired from electrophysiology experiments. Currently, we have an Octave/MATLAB program to analyze electroneurogram traces of coupled oscillators, and a Perl library for the analysis of voltage trace data
ASSD is a simple biological sample database focused on the storage of proteomics data. It tracks every processing step incl. results throughout a sample's lifetime. Next to proteomics data it can also store other results like FACS or Western Blots.
Converter between mathematical infix notation and PharmML math markup.
PharmML is a markup for pharmacometrics markup language documented at http://pharmml.org/. This project provides a converter between the conventional mathematical infix notation and the math markup used by PharmML. Try it online at the link below.
Media Cloud allows automated downloading and analysis of on-line media. It is intended to automate what was previously a tedious process of painstaking manual content analysis.
Integrated pipeline for HT miRNA-Seq data analysis
Processing of smallRNA-Seq data to gather biologically relevant information requires application of multiple statistical and bioinformatics tools from different sources, each focusing on a specific step of the analysis pipeline. The analytical workflow can be challenging for the continuous interventions by the operator, a critical factor when large numbers of datasets need to be analyzed at once. To allow a flexible and comprehensive analysis of smallRNA-Seq data we designed a novel modular pipeline, called iMir, integrating multiple open source modules and resource in an automated workflow, devising different statistical approaches to analyze data rigorously. iMir comprises also a Graphical User Interface (GUI), so that the pipeline is particularly suited for biologist and early stage bioinformaticians and produces both graphics and text outputs.
Why is it quicker to express simple equations in plaintext that it is to write the equivalent LaTeX? Easylatex is a preprocessor to make writing LaTeX much quicker. Project activity mode (http://bayleshanks.com/pamv1 ): sporadic