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Biospha is a suite of perl scripts based on bioperl toolkit intended to help researches to manage large sequence file. With BIOSPHA you can classify each sequence according to the NCBI taxonomy. You also can get all taxonomic info from a GI or Taxid.
BRMABench is a system of benchmark per comparison. This benchmark makes diverse routines of test in one determined time, the final time expense is always the same and what it determines score it is the amount of interactions in this same time.
Simple small tools for bioinformatics written in bash perl and python
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A bioinformatics project to create tutorials, including programming code examples, to help in bioinformatics training. Will primarily create examples with Perl, PostgreSQL, R, Bioperl, Emboss. Part of Comparative and Collaborative Bioinformatics Project.
Cadence 614 installing scripts with source files
Calculator for (La)TeX Using (La)TeX language (mathematics environment only) for calculations by means of python, bc, maxima, octave or/and similar programs.
DTW is intended to be a Voice in -> Pictures + Text out program written in java using Sphinx from CMU. This is intended to be useful to people who have good oral/visual literacy skills but poor written literacy skills.
ForeRunner X01 toolkit provides an easy access to Forerunner 201/301/305/305E GPS-units. There are multiple command line tools to read data from GPS into database and tools to export data in different formats like gpx and tcx.
ThousandEyes extends visibility across corporate networks as well as the public Internet, helping to solve issues from the branch through MPLS links and SIP trunks to service provider networks. Simulate pre-deployment capacity, monitor detailed performance metrics and see how QoS settings impact call quality.Sponsored Listing
Produce a PostScript representation of a project's source code.
GNU Potato Caboose is a suite of programs and scripts designed for collecting trip data (origin/destination info) in support of the Canadian Commuter Challenge. It is easily adapted to other jurisdictions.
Build an multi-language plug-in HL7 interface using TCL, GDBM, Perl or Java to parse an HL7 (English) message into Spanish or other languages in real-time. Plug-in to support interface engines as Quovadx, ect.. or custom interface engines.
The High Throughput Sequence Analysis Pipeline uses freely available bioinformatics tools from NCBI, Phylip, EMBOSS and clustalw to identify and group closely related DNA samples. It can be run on *Nix systems linearly or in parallel using the SGE.
HitKeeper is a database application for use in BioInformatics. It deals with "hits" (predicted features) on biological sequences (protein, DNA), handles incremental updates effectively, supports taxonomy, and provides original query tools.
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HomGL is a web-based tool for comparing gene lists obtained e.g. by microarray studies. Unigene, Locus Link & Homology databases are used to compare gene lists with different accession numbers and between different organisms.
BIO-Informatics software for the calculation of Energy Minimization between different Molecules.
Analysis for the identification of non-neutral evolution in bacterial genomes.
ModelicaFloChrt is a script/Perl process that extracts information from Modelica library html help files and generates flow charts of module connectivity in eps and pdf formats.
Development and support of OCFA have been discontinued. the code has moved to these github repositories: https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaArch https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaJavaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaModules https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaDoc If you are interested in contributing to ongoing work on the creation of a community maintained OCFA inspired computer forensic framework, please join the Mattock/MattockFS community page on G+: https://plus.google.com/communities/102487198908055860744
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The Pawn will make it possibly for you to tell the computer exactly what you would like it to do. Fiction. No its reality now. The highly customizable slackware will be the base for Pawn.
PSIMAP is the Protein Structural Interactome MAP, a map of all the domain level protein-protein interactions in the Protein Data Bank (PDB). PSIsoft is an archive of the software used to generate and analyse PSIMAP.
ProgPorts is an administrative and easy user interface to hundreds of proteomics, molecular dynamics, and protein crystallography programs. It is a hybrid of the prog/setup system, developed at Johns Hopkins University, and GNU-Darwin ports system.
QAXA is a suite of programs for Quantative Analysis of X-ray Absorption. It was developed for experimental measurement of multiphase flow in porous media but it can be used for many applications involving x-ray absorption spectroscopy.
QUASI is a toolkit to rapidly assess the quality of shRNA-Seq based data and call differential abundance using common statistical inference methods (DESeq, edgeR, baySeq).
Recon-Calc is a source code feature location tool based on the Software Reconnaissance technique. It allows you to name features of your system and then, based on coverage profiles gathered, you can find where they are implemented in the source code.
RimX is a very small run in memory linux distribution dedicated to live performance using recent linux technologies (jack/lash) and "small" audio/midi tools like seq24/patchage/omsynth/...