Bio-* Programming Tools

This section contains links that include information on software development tools, such as BioJava and BioPerl. Other application programming interfaces (API) which are specifically designed for processing biological data are also listed here.

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Biocoders HubResource Content

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A community for sharing bioinformatics source code with other specialists.

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BioDASResource Content

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This site is the center of development of an Open Source system for exchanging annotations on genomic sequence data.

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The distributed annotation system2001384

BioJavaTool Content

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The BioJava Project is an open-source project dedicated to providing Java tools for processing biological data.

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The Bio* toolkits--a brief overview.20020

BioMobyTool Content

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BioMOBY is an international research project involving biological data hosts, biological data service providers, and coders whose aim is to explore various methodologies for biological data representation, distribution, and discovery.

BioPaxResource Content

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The BioPAX web site provides information about a collaborative effort to create a data exchange format for biological pathways.

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The BioPAX community standard for pathway data sharing201078

BioPerlTool Content

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The BioPerl Project is an international association of developers of open source Perl tools for bioinformatics, genomics and life science research.

BioPerl courseResource Content

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Great tutorial for those interested in the bioperl group of modules.

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BioPHPTool Content

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Open Source PHP code for bioinformatics. Includes functions and minitools (copy and paste one page scripts for basic tasks in bioinformatics. A wiki-like service allows modification and improvement of code.

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BioPythonTool Content

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The Biopython Project is an international association of developers of freely available Python tools for computational molecular biology.

BioRubyTool Content

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The BioRuby project aims to implement an integrated environment for bioinformatics with Ruby.

BioSmalltalkTool Content

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BioSmalltalk is an Open-Source library for doing bioinformatics with Smalltalk, the reference object technology environment and place of invention of the Object-Oriented Programming, Generational Garbage Collection, Unit Testing, MVC, JIT Compilation, Browsers, Traits, etc. The goal of BioSmalltalk is to concile the benefits of a pure object environment with bioinformatics related tasks.

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CCTTool Content

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CCT (Current Comparative Table) is a software package that you can install and set-up on your own system to help you to maintain and search databases.

Ensembl APITool Content

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Ensembl is a freely available software system for genomic analysis. The documentation page at Ensembl is the best place to get information on the Ensembl application programming interface (API). In particular, the tutorial document includes lots of examples of scripts and exercises for you to try.

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Human Ageing Genomic ResourcesResource Content

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The Human Ageing Genomic Resources (HAGR) website provides tools and curated databases relevant to the genetics of human ageing. GenAge is a database of genes related to human ageing, and AnAge is a multi-species database facilitating the comparative biology of ageing. The Ageing Research Computational Tools (ARCT) is a collection of Perl modules to assist comparative genomics research.

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