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The NBIC support programme BioAssist is a collaborative endeavour in which biologists and (bio)informaticians organise bioinformatics support in a collaborative fashion. The BioAssist programme picks up ''code'' and ''content'' of generic value and assists the original developers in developing these assets for community use.  More information about BioAssist can be found [[BioAssist|elsewhere on this wiki]] and on the [http://www.nbic.nl/support/bioassist/ BioAssist page of the NBIC web site].
 
The NBIC support programme BioAssist is a collaborative endeavour in which biologists and (bio)informaticians organise bioinformatics support in a collaborative fashion. The BioAssist programme picks up ''code'' and ''content'' of generic value and assists the original developers in developing these assets for community use.  More information about BioAssist can be found [[BioAssist|elsewhere on this wiki]] and on the [http://www.nbic.nl/support/bioassist/ BioAssist page of the NBIC web site].
  
== Platforms ==
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== BioAssist Support Platforms ==
  
So called ''Support platforms'' integrate tools and databases to provide specific bioinformatics functionalities needed for the analysis, integration and interpretation of experimental data.
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The '''Support platforms''' integrate tools and databases to provide specific bioinformatics functionalities needed for the analysis, integration and interpretation of experimental data. They are:
 
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* [[Integrated analysis of functional genomics data]]
BioAssist has started the implementation of bioinformatics platforms for:
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* [[Proteomics data management and analysis]]
*[[Integrated analysis of functional genomics data]]
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* [[NMC|Metabolomics data management and analysis]]
*[[Proteomics data management and analysis]]
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* [[Biobanking]]
*[[NMC|Metabolomics data management and analysis]]
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* [[High throughput sequencing]]
*[[Biobanking]]
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* [[System bioinformatics]]
*[[High throughput sequencing]]
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*[[System bioinformatics]]
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== Central Engineering Team ==
 
== Central Engineering Team ==
  
As of September 2009, a dedicated, centrally managed, but distributed software engineering team supports the scientifically driven platforms to develop professional software and content services.
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A dedicated software engineering team supports the scientifically driven platforms to develop professional software and content services. For more information about how this team works and what they could do for you, refer to the [[Central Engineering Team]] page on this wiki.
 
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For more information: [[Central Engineering Team]]
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== Communications ==
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== BioAssist Communications ==
  
 
All programmers taking part in BioAssist communicate via the [https://horus.sara.nl/mailman/listinfo/bioassist-users BioAssist mailing list]
 
All programmers taking part in BioAssist communicate via the [https://horus.sara.nl/mailman/listinfo/bioassist-users BioAssist mailing list]
  
 
There are also monthly [[BioAssist:Meetings|Meetings of all BioAssist programmers]]
 
There are also monthly [[BioAssist:Meetings|Meetings of all BioAssist programmers]]

Revision as of 17:18, 20 November 2009

Welcome to the Wiki of BioAssist.

The NBIC support programme BioAssist is a collaborative endeavour in which biologists and (bio)informaticians organise bioinformatics support in a collaborative fashion. The BioAssist programme picks up code and content of generic value and assists the original developers in developing these assets for community use. More information about BioAssist can be found elsewhere on this wiki and on the BioAssist page of the NBIC web site.

BioAssist Support Platforms

The Support platforms integrate tools and databases to provide specific bioinformatics functionalities needed for the analysis, integration and interpretation of experimental data. They are:

Central Engineering Team

A dedicated software engineering team supports the scientifically driven platforms to develop professional software and content services. For more information about how this team works and what they could do for you, refer to the Central Engineering Team page on this wiki.

BioAssist Communications

All programmers taking part in BioAssist communicate via the BioAssist mailing list

There are also monthly Meetings of all BioAssist programmers