Mosflm is a program for integrating single crystal diffraction data from area detectors. It is assumed that the experiment was conducted using the Arndt-Wonacott oscillation method, and also that monochromatic radiation was used.
iMOSFLM is a graphical user interface to the diffraction data-integration program MOSFLM. It is designed to simplify data processing by dividing the process into a series of steps, which are normally carried out sequentially. Each step has its own display pane, allowing control over parameters that influence that step and providing graphical feedback to the user.
QUILTS is a tools for creating sample specific protein sequence databased. It uses genomic and transcriptomic information to create comprehensive sample specific protein database that supports the identification of novel proteins, resulting from single nucleotide variants, splice variants and fusion genes.
BioMercator is a standalone application for: (1) Displaying genetic maps and QTL through a graphical user interface. (2) Performing automatic compilations of several genetic maps through a projection process. (3) Computing meta-analysis of QTL detected in independent experiments.
mixOmics analyses highly dimensional data sets: regularized Canonical Correlation Analysis (‘rCCA’) and sparse Partial Least Squares variants (‘sPLS’) to unravel relationships between two heterogeneous data sets of size (n times p) and (n times q) where the p and q variables are measured on the same samples or individuals n.
SePIA is a comprehensive RNA Sequencing workflow standardizing Processing, Integration, and Analysis of large-scale sequencing data. It provides a systematic, pipeline architecture to manage, individually analyze, and integrate both small-RNA and RNA data.
Mobyle is a framework and web portal specifically aimed at the integration of bioinformatics software and databanks., Mobyle provides a flexible and usable Web environment for defining and running bioinformatics analyses. It embeds simple yet powerful data management features that allow the user to reproduce analyses and to combine tools using a hierarchical typing system. Mobyle offers invocation of services distributed over remote Mobyle servers, thus enabling a federated network of curated bioinformatics portals without the user having to learn complex concepts or to install sophisticated software.