Online Chem.Bio. Tools
NCBI Genome Workbench
Molinspiration WebME Editor
Oligo Design and Analysis Tools - IDT
Resource:Gene Ontology Tools - NeuroLex
Gene Ontology Tools The information on this page is out of date.
Entrez cross-database search
Primer designing tool
DailyMed provides high quality information about marketed drugs. Drug labeling on this Web site is the most recent submitted to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and currently in use; it may include, for example, strengthened warnings undergoing FDA review or minor editorial changes. These labels have been reformatted to make them easier to read. DailyMed
OPSIN: Open Parser for Systematic IUPAC Nomenclature
This page contains links to free software packages that you can download and install on your computer for stand-alone (offline, non-Internet) computing. They are listed below, under the following general headings: General Packages: support a wide variety of statistical analyses Subset Packages: deal with a specific area of analysis, or a limited set of tests Curve Fitting and Modeling: to handle complex, nonlinear models and systems Biostatistics and Epidemiology: especially useful in the life sciences Surveys, Testing and Measurement: especially useful in the business and social sciences Excel Spreadsheets and Add-ins: you need a recent version of Excel Programming Languages and Subroutine Libraries: customized for statistical calculations; you need to learn the appropriate syntax Scripts and Macros: for scriptable packages, like SAS, SPSS, R, etc. Miscellaneous: don't fit into any of the other categories Other Collections of Links to Free Software
Kendall tau Rank Correlation - Free Statistics and Forecasting Software (Calculators) v.1.1.23-r7 To cite Wessa.net in publications use:Wessa, P. (2014), Free Statistics Software, Office for Research Development and Education, version 1.1.23-r7, URL http://www.wessa.net/ © All rights reserved.
Virtual Computational Chemistry Laboratory
Manipulation of input and output files related to whole-genome shotgun assembly. Currently maintained at CBCB at the University of Maryland. Research / Software