ActiveICM create 3D molecular documents for the web and PowerPoint. ActiveICM enables you to view and display 3D ICM graphical slides and animations interactively inside Microsoft PowerPoint and web browsers such as Internet Exporler and Mozilla Firefox. The files can be prepared and saved in ICM Browser Pro or ICM Pro.
Inside a single file you can save and display many different data types such as sequences, alignments, plots, tables, protein and DNA/RNA structures. Each data element can be linked to one another and annotated and then shared via the web, MS Office tools or in the free ICM-Browser. Pharmaceutical and biotech companies use ActiveICM to share data between scientists in different disciplines. Academic laboratories such as the SGC publish their data to the world using ActiveICM in a web browser.
CySBML is a Cytoscape plugin for the import and work with SBML files in Cytoscape providing the visualisation of SBML network annotations within the network context. SBML models can be imported from BioModels.net or via file or urls. One click access to the annotation resources is provided. SBML validation information about the imported files is available.
ThunderSTORM is an open-source, interactive and modular plug-in for ImageJ designed for automated processing, analysis and visualization of data acquired by single-molecule localization microscopy methods such as photo-activated localization microscopy and stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy.
FunMod is an innovative Cytoscape version 2.8 plugin that is able to mine undirected protein-protein networks and to infer sub-networks of interacting proteins intimately correlated with relevant biological pathways.
UCSF chemViz is a Cytoscape plugin that extends the capabilities of Cytoscape into the domain of cheminformatics. chemViz displays 2D diagrams of compounds specified by InCHI or SMILES strings. chemViz can also calculate Tanimoto similarities of compounds and use the values to create chemical similarity networks. Part of such a network is shown above. The 2D diagrams can be presented as scalable independent windows or as part of a table also showing Cytoscape attributes and calculated compound descriptors, including number of hydrogen bond donors, number of hydrogen bond acceptors, molecular weight, ALogP, molecular refractivity, number of Rule of Five violations, and several more. Any of the calculated descriptors can be mapped onto Cytsocape attributes where they can be used by the VizMapper and saved with the session.
MOSAIC (MOdels, Simulations, and Algorithms for Interdisciplinary Computing) , the image-processing algorithms developed at the MOSAIC Group for fluorescence microscopy , are available as plugins for the popular free image processing software ImageJ.