Portable Ubuntu Linux for Scientific Computing
Released August 22, 2013 Lubuntu Blends: Biochemistry 13.04 (Raring) v5.44 Linux Kernel Image 3.8.0-29 Lubuntu Blends are pre-installed Wubi disk image remixes of Ubuntu and Debian Science meta packages, A custom boot loader allows installations to be copied and automatically booted from most external or USB flash drives. Once up and running, use earlier Lubuntu Remix README instructions here until documentation is updated. https://sourceforge.net/projects/portable-linux/files/ Installation 1. Download the Wubi installer http://releases.ubuntu.com/saucy/wubi.exe 2. Install any flavor of Ubuntu. 3. Swap out the root.disk with the ones provided here. Overview LAMP stack running on localhost (127.0.0.1). Scientific, productivity & media packages include R (Rattle Data Miner), GridEngine, Condor, cooperative computing tools, WINE, LibreOffice, Evolution, Clinica, Neuro Debian Desktop, PsycoPy, OpenVibe, 3DSlicer, Paraview, Openshot. Cheers, Gregory Remington
Production space for the TEI Linguistics SIG
This is the experimentation and production space for the Special Interest Group (SIG) of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) called "TEI for Linguists", LingSIG for short. Please see the wiki (accessible from the tab above this description) for more info and links.
ActiveFolder can be integrated with existed scientific computation.
Welcome to the ActiveFolder project, the open source for management simulataion data and reproducing. ActiveFolder provide data reproduction for comparative study and searching reproduction data, by storing data coupled with provenance information. ActiveFolder is integrated existed grid computing service and cloud services. And also, ActiveFolder can be integrated with existed scientific computation, analysis and visualization software without modification.
Tool for genomics;automates data retrieval from db;enables workflows
LocusVu is a novel Java based software tool that accepts a list of genomic loci (positions on the chromosome) as input and automates fetching of related information (cytogenetic band, gene name, OMIM data etc.) from public databases such as the UCSC genome browser database. It then enables multiple workflows on the retrieved results, like comparing multiple datasets (comparative genomics), viewing neighboring genes for a loci from within the tool itself, or graphically representing these results in bar / pie charts. LocusVu has a simple easy-to-use GUI on the frontend which enables intuitive user interaction with the underlying logic. The tool can be easily extended to add support for other databases (eg. Ensembl) or to fetch information from other tables in the database. Thus, LocusVu provides a basic framework that can be used by users and developers alike in simplifying existing workflows and creating newer ones to support data analysis in genomics.