As a leading genomics centre, the Sanger Institute often needs to develop software solutions to novel biological problems. All our software is made available to the research community and is open access, recognising that community improvement is essential to maximising efficiencies in software development. Top downloads Artemis - a free genome viewer and annotation tool that allows visualisation of sequence features and the results of analyses within the context of the sequence, and also its six-frame translation ACT - a DNA sequence comparison viewer written in Java.
Bpipe provides a platform for running big bioinformatics jobs that consist of a series of processing stages - known as 'pipelines'. Bpipe has been accepted for publication in Bioinformatics ! If you use Bpipe, please cite: Sadedin S, Pope B & Oshlack A, Bpipe: A Tool for Running and Managing Bioinformatics Pipelines, Bioinformatics
The Bioinformatics Links Directory features curated links to molecular resources, tools and databases. The links listed in this directory are selected on the basis of recommendations from bioinformatics experts in the field. We also rely on input from our community of bioinformatics users for suggestions. Starting in 2003, we have also started listing all links contained in the NAR Webserver issue.
Last updated 10/26/2012 13:38:32 Daniel Ocampo Daza, PhD student Department of Neuroscience Uppsala Universitet Box 593 SE-75124 Uppsala, Sweden daniel.ocampo-daza[at]neuro.uu.se Tel: +46-(0)18-471 44 05 This is the space where I collect the diverse online bioinformatics resources and tools that I find useful. They're mostly within the field of vertebrate genomics and phylogenetics.