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Revision as of 12:02, 5 August 2011

Category Package Description Author/contact Publication Software
visualisation Genevis GENeVis is an application for integrated visualization of genome expression and network dynamics in both regulatory networks and metabolic pathways. Michel A. Westenberg paper download
protein function, prediction BMRF BMRF is an easy to use R program for protein function prediction using Markov Random Field analysis. Inferences are made by Markov Chain Monte Carlo. Besides function prediction this method estimates accurately the network parameters. Yiannis Kourmpetis and Cajo ter Braak pubmed:20195360 download
database PeroxisomeKB The peroxisomal knowledge base focuses on peroxisomal pathways and several related genetic disorders. The knowledgebase is based on a new framework to construct knowledge bases with concept maps for presentation of information and the web ontology language OWL for the representation of information [BioExpert]. Marcel Willemsen and Antoine van Kampen pubmed:18689827
framework, database BioExpert The BioExpert project is working towards an environment that allows the creation of high-qualilty knowledge bases (KB) about specific demains of biology. The aim is to engage experts in rich, free-form semantic content creation through the development of concept maps. The resultaing content is managed by the BioExpert Framework. A specific application of BioExpert is the PeroxisomeKB Andrew Gibson and Antoine van Kampen pubmed:18689827