An R package enabling R to interact with Stata for data exchange
Swire4R is an R package for exchanging data between R and Stata. SWire4R uses SWire for connecting R to Stata. SWire is a plugin for Stata >=13 which acts like a server: client applications can query SWire for interacting with Stata. SWire4R acts like a client application for Swire, providing the user with various basic functions for retrieving data from Stata and exporting data to Stata. SWire4R must be compiled by R. For more information about SWire, visit https://sourceforge.net/projects/swire/
Opensource software projects for genetics and genomics from Sage Bionetworks.
Scheduling lockages at ship locks with several parallel lock chambers
This Java software includes algorithms of combinatorical optimization for the NP-hard offline ship lock scheduling problem. Solutions and performed computations can be displayed graphically. Besides, there is a framework for generating test instances and running these in parallel, as well as R/JGR code for statistical evaluation. Some tools for estimating the quality of calculated solutions will be further improved. Initially the software was developed within a project of TU Berlin regarding the Kiel Canal. See project wiki for conditions that should be met by applications.
A lot of fish in a shoal, in a gigantic scientific ocean.
Ours organization website GCModeller.org is coming online soon! Shoal Shell is the sub project for the "genome-in-code"(http://code.google.com/p/genome-in-code/) virtual cell modelling project of the bacteria Xcc 8004. Shoal Shell aim at provide the modelling tool and the debugging tool for the GCModeller virtual cell modelling, And from the extendible library package, shoal shell can manage to accomplish the entire modelling job for any other bacteria species. Shoal Shell Project needs grownup I'm just a student in the university, and the shoal shell just in its begining, if you have any idea about shoal, please contact me from email@example.com. The Shoal shell needs your professional advice. Try get some help (if you want build the shoal library by yourself): https://sourceforge.net/p/shoal/wiki/Shoal%20Developer%20Guide/
In this very first part of the project OpenSpaceSyntax is a collection of functions in shall scripts oriented to the calculation of classic measures of a space syntax analisys procedure for urban fabrics and based on GIS-GRASS (grass.itc.it).
A C++ library to help build spatial simulations of infectious disease transmission with R routines to visualize output. Intended for the academic community. Separate sections of the library are closely linked to individual peer-reviewed articles.
Statistika will be a GUI for the R statistics programming language that mimics the layout of SPSS. The primary goal is to implement SPSS's analysis menu such that results from statistika and SPSS coincide.
Structlab is a machine learning C++ framework for structured domains, which provides a toolbox of learning methods and tools for preprocessing and visualization. It also provides a GUI to setup elaborate experiments in a visual and intuitive way.
A suite of tools for discovering and genotyping genome structural variation from sequencing data, including the Genome STRiP algorithm.
Supervised Ranking of Contigs in de novo Assemblies
SuRankCo is a machine learning based software to score and rank contigs from de novo assemblies of next generation sequencing data. It trains with alignments of contigs with known reference genomes and predicts scores and ranking for contigs which have no related reference genome yet. For more details about SuRankCo and its functioning, please see "SuRankCo: Supervised Ranking of Contigs in de novo Assemblies" Mathias Kuhring, Piotr Wojtek Dabrowski, Andreas Nitsche and Bernhard Y. Renard (http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2105/16/240/abstract) PLEASE NOTE, it is recommended to read the paper and the readme.txt file before using SuRankCo. Update Jun2015: * Minor changes to enable BAM support. Update Feb2014: * Added support for FASTA/SAM assemblies in addition to ACE/FASTQ(QUAL). NOTE: features of FASTA/SAM assemblies do not include BaseCount, BaseSeqmentCount and ContigQualities yet.
Subpop is a non-parametric population structure analysis toolsuite with a GUI interface. This method works well with both small and large SNP datasets, depending on the degree of differences between the subpopulations.
User Friendly Data Analysis Tool for Interaction Data
TOPS provides the benchtop scientist with a free toolset to analyze, filter and visualize data from functional genomic gene-gene and gene-drug interaction screens with a flexible interface to accommodate various different technologies and analysis algorithms in addition to those already provided here.
An open-source implementation of our network-based target deconvolution approach, named target addiction score (TAS). License: The TAS R-package is made available under the terms of the GNU General Public License, which means that the source code is freely available for use within other software, but if you alter the code and distribute it, you must make the new source code freely available as well. This software is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. In case you use the package in your work, we do appreciate a citation to the publications below. Citation: Yadav B, Peddinti G, Pemovska T, Khan SA, Szwajda A, Tang J, Wennerberg K and Aittokallio T. From drug response profiling to target addiction scoring in cancer cell models. (Submitted)
Human protein similarity network used to predict drug safety.
This is the protein similarity network - PSIN. Here, the nodes are human proteins and they are linked only if they share considerable sequence similarity. We found that this network is particularly useful to distinguish approved from problematic drug-targets. Here you also find the complete set of programs and datasets we used for this purpose. Free to help further test and develop this project. Your help and expertise are much appreciated ! If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us in the forum or by email. Please see the original manuscript: Lopes, TJS, et al. (2015) - "Identifying problematic drugs based on the characteristics of their targets" - Frontiers in Pharmacology doi: 10.3389/fphar.2015.00186
Quick reference for switching between mathematical computation environments for computer algebra, numeric processing and data visualisation. Examples are Matlab, IDL, SPlus, and their open-source counterparts Octave, Scilab, Python+NumPy and R.
An R package for identifying biologically perturbed networks
The VAN package enables an integrative analysis of (i) gene expression data with protein-protein interaction networks or (ii) gene and microRNA expression data with microRNA-gene interaction networks to identify biologically perturbed networks.
Yet Another Data Mining Platform
The Vyper Dynamic Server framework is a pure-java library for use in the creation of backend / server platforms. VDS is specifically tailored for financial applications, and suited for many high-throughput, asynchronous and distributed environments.
R package for acoustic-assisted whale survey simulation
WATS is an R package (>R2.15) whose main purpose is to run an individual-based simulation of an acoustically-assisted mark-recapture survey of whales Version 1.0 = for R2.15.x Version 1.01 = for R3.0.3+ For details see: Peel D, Miller BS, Kelly N, Dawson S, Slooten E and Double MC (2014) A simulation study of acoustic-assisted tracking of whales for mark-recapture surveys. PloSOne in press.
R package for Weibull analysis on (life-)time observations.
This is a small R package for doing Weibull-based reliability analysis. This R package is now obsolete and has been superseded by 'project Abernethy' on http://r-forge.r-project.org/projects/abernethy/.
The goal of this project is to develop a Python tool to make an in-depth quantitative analysis about Wikipedia, generating graphics and statistical results for each language version of Wikipedia.
XT-SDTM project move to CI-Reports project. Please visit the following CI-Reports project. http://sourceforge.net/projects/ci-reports/
Microarray analysis database
R package for work with agilent CGH/CGH+SNP arrays