The GGL (Graph Grammar Library) is an object oriented ANSI C++ library to implement and apply graph rewrite systems. It implements a Single Push Out (SPO) approach. The library is highly modular and uses state-of-the-art algorithms and data structures. To this end, it uses the Boost Graph Library (BGL) for the internal graph representation and efficient (sub)graph isomorphism approaches as the VF2 algorithm.
The GDL (Genetic Data analysis Library) is a dynamic C library that aims at providing low level and high level Application Programming Interface (API) to manage and analysis various genetic and genomic data types.
SSPcompare is a modest tool that takes a library of known sequence-structure pairs, e.g. Andronescu et al. (2008), and predictions by different algorithms and produces tables for easy comparison of different programs. It was written to automate the rather tedious procedure of comparing and testing different programs. The library behind this tool can be of interest if you want to train folding algorithms and need a way to quickly ascertain training success.
CGL (Comparitive Genomics Library) is a software library designed to facilitate the use of genome annotations as substrates for computation and experimentation.The purpose of CGL is to provide an informatics infrastructure for a laboratory, department, or research institute engaged in the large-scale analysis of genomes and their annotations.
Genoman (short for genome analysis) is an object-oriented Perl library for accessing and manipulating genome annotation data (e.g. genomic locations of genes and other features, alignments of transcript sequences to a genome, and alignments between different genomes). Genoman defines a set of classes for representing such data. The classes are designed to be flexible and sufficiently efficient to allow their use in analysis pipelines for dealing with large data sets. The library is designed to allow data retrieval from different types of files and databases in a consistent manner, into objects of the same classes. Genoman can be supplemented with custom-written database interface classes for accessing particular databases.