Çoçuklar için hazırlanmış açık kaynak kodlu eğitim içerik paketi PeptideShaker PeptideShaker Publication: (Click on a figure to see the full size version) Introduction PeptideShaker is a search engine independent platform for interpretation of proteomics identification results from multiple search engines, currently supporting X! PeptideShaker currently supports nine different analysis tasks: Overview: get a simple yet detailed overview of all the proteins, peptides and PSMs in your dataset. All data can also easily be exported for follow up analysis in other tools. For further help see the Bioinformatics for Proteomics Tutorial. If you have any questions, suggestions or remarks, feel free to contact us via the PeptideShaker Google Group. To start using PeptideShaker, unzip the downloaded file, and double-click the PeptideShaker-X.Y.Z.jar file. Go to top of page Read Me Minimum Requirements It should be possible to run PeptideShaker on almost any computer where Java 1.6 or newer is installed. From the Command Line For details about the command line see: PeptideShakerCLI.
[SUP|UNIV - WIN|MAC|LIN] QuteMol Stencyl Build Worlds If you're used to graphics editors like Photoshop, you'll feel right at home in the Scene Designer. Familiar features, such as a selection tool, zooming, grid-snapping and flood fill, will help you quickly craft complex worlds out of Actors, Tiles and Terrain. Create Actors Drop in graphics from your computer to create Actors on the fly. Browse Game Assets When it comes to game development, most of us aren't Jacks of all trades. UCSF Chimera Google™ Search September 24, 2016 Production release candidate (version 1.11.2) is available, superseding 1.11.1. August 27, 2016 A production release candidate (version 1.11.1) is now available. July 15, 2016 Chimera production release 1.11 is now available. 64-bit builds are now recommended for all capable platforms, and v1.11 will be the last to support 32-bit builds. (Previous news...) UCSF Chimera is a highly extensible program for interactive visualization and analysis of molecular structures and related data, including density maps, supramolecular assemblies, sequence alignments, docking results, trajectories, and conformational ensembles. UCSF ChimeraX (or simply ChimeraX) is the next-generation molecular visualization program from the RBVI, following UCSF Chimera. Peroxiredoxins are enzymes that help cells cope with stressors such as high levels of reactive oxygen species. See also the RBVI holiday card gallery. (More samples...)
[SUP|UNIV - LIN] GDPC General info: gdpc is a program for visualising molecular dynamic simulations, it is a very versatile program and could easily be used for other purposes. gdpc reads xyz input and custom formats and can write out pictures of the frames. Changelog: 2.2.5 : Minor code cleanup Updated deprecated symbols in GTK+ 2.16. Updated Makefile and spec file, contributed by Jussi Lehtola. 2.2.4 : Minor feature enhancement Resizing of the main window also resizes the viewport. 188.8.131.52 : Minor feature enhancement Correct parameters to get seamless rotation and minimised delay between frames. 2.2.3 : Minor feature enhancement Improve interactivity during animation (it should be correct now, once and for all). Added once and rotate commandline parameters (contributed by Santeri Paavolainen). Download: Latest gtk+ 2.16 compliant version : Known problems : None Screenshots:
DE VISU To english version Le logiciel De Visu comporte 12 modules permettant de traiter de façon interactive, quelques aspects de la physiologie de la vision Intention pédagogique: ces modules constituent des supports d'activités et/ou de mise en situation permettant de poser les questions, illustrer des concepts ou fournir des résultats d'expérimentation amenant à formuler des hypothèses explicatives. Concepts illustrés par les 12 modules disponibles Télécharger le logiciel Aller à la page de soutien Cette page fournit pour chaque module: un guide d'utilisation précis, une proposition de démarche pédagogique, une mise au point sur le concept scientifique illustré dans le module Télécharger le mini-guide d'utilisation des 12 modules English version (F.Tilquin, F.Jauzein, A. This software is free, has been developped by four French life-sciences teachers with help from Ken Knoblauch, David Alleysson, and François Vital-Durand (INSERM, Lyon-Bron). Its target public is secondary school students.