Bioinformatique Libre

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Le site bioinformatics.org est le portail d'une organisation internationale destinée au développement de projets de bioinformatique dans la philosophie du libre. Au menu, pages de nouvelles sur la bioinformatiques, répertoire de projets "à la SourceForge/ Freshmeat ...", offres d'emploi ...

La bioinformatique est un domaine en plein essor depuis quelques années et qui continue de grandir. Les projets menés touchent aussi bien à l'analyse de données, le développement de base de données, d'applications Web etc.. Bref, il y en a pour tous les goûts: amis codeurs désoeuvrés ...
  • # Re: Bioinformatique Libre

    Posté par . Évalué à 3.

    Freshmeat : désormais ce nom devra être entendu au sens propre.
  • # Encore de la Bioinformatique Libre

    Posté par (page perso) . Évalué à 9.

    http://open-bio.org/(...)
    "The Open Bioinformatics Foundation is a non profit, volunteer run organization focused on supporting open source programming in bioinformatics. The foundation grew out of the volunteer projects Bioperl, BioJava and Biopython and was incorporated to handle our modest requirements of hardware ownership, domain name management and funding for conferences and workshops. The Foundation does not participate directly in the development or structure of the open source work, but as the members of the foundation are drawn from the member projects, there is clear commonality of direction and purpose. Occasionally the Open-Bio directors may make announcements about our direction or purpose (a recent one was on the licensing of academic software) when the board feels there is a need to clarify matters, but in general we prefer to remain simply the administrative support organization for our member projects."

    http://bioperl.org/(...)
    "Officially organized in 1995 and existing informally for several years prior, The Bioperl Project is an international association of developers of open source Perl tools for bioinformatics, genomics and life science research.

    Facilitated by the Open Bioinformatics Foundation we work closely with our friends and colleagues across many projects including biojava.org, biopython.org, DAS, bioruby.org, biocorba.org, EnsEMBL and EMBOSS.

    The Bioperl server provides an online resource for modules, scripts, and web links for developers of Perl-based software for life science research. We can also provide web, FTP and CVS space for individuals and organizations wishing to distribute or otherwise make freely available standalone scripts & code. "


    http://biojava.org/(...)
    "The BioJava Project is an open-source project dedicated to providing Java tools for processing biological data. This will include objects for manipulating sequences, file parsers, CORBA interoperability, DAS, access to ACeDB, dynamic programming, and simple statistical routines to name just a few things.

    The BioJava library is useful for automating those daily and mundane bioinformatics tasks. As the library matures, the BioJava libraries will provide a foundation upon which both free software and commercial packages can be developed."


    http://biopython.org/(...)
    "The Biopython Project is an international association of developers of freely available Python tools for computational molecular biology.

    biopython.org provides an online resource for modules, scripts, and web links for developers of Python-based software for life science research. Thanks to bioperl, we can also provide web, FTP and CVS space for individuals and organizations wishing to distribute or otherwise make available standalone scripts & code."


    http://biodas.org/(...)
    "Welcome to biodas.org. This site is the center of development of an Open Source system for exchanging annotations on genomic sequence data. Here is an overview of DAS written by Scott Pearson.

    If you came here looking for the Dense Alignment Surface method, please refer to http://www.sbc.su.se/~miklos/.(...) "


    http://biocorba.org/(...)
    "The BioCORBA Project provides an object-oriented, language neutral, platform independent method for describing and solving bioinformatic problems.

    BioCORBA's mission is to leverage the code of the other Bio projects in a simple and easy to use fashion. For example language neutral environment allows users to write programs using BioPython and access BioPerl modules through the CORBA server. "


    http://www.bioxml.org/(...)
    Momentanément inaccessible
  • # Sur le même sujet

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  • # Re: Bioinformatique Libre

    Posté par (page perso) . Évalué à 2.

    Une initiative complémentaire a été lancée lors des RMLL en 2001, où la FSFE Chapitre France a décidé de créer un espace spécialement pour les sciences libres. Ainsi, Joris Van der Hoven a initié un groupe de travail pour encourager les logiciels libres dans la recherche scientifique.

    http://france.fsfeurope.org/science(...)

    Personnellement, je souhaiterais lancer le projet chemoinformatics.org . Si des personnes sont intéressées, contactez-moi!

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