project and user administration
Manager of projects
||Diagnostic Variant Database (DVD) is used to share all genetic variants detected in the course of next-generation sequencing (NGS) applications between collaborators.
||PASSion: a pattern growth based algorithm for splice site detection from paired-end RNA-Seq reads.
||A universal open access repository of editable concepts. This is part of Open PHACTS.
||Configuration files and documentation for bioinformatics servers/services.
||Automatically recognizing concepts in human-readable text. This project uses Peregrine as text indexer. It searches for known terms in an input text and maps them to concepts in an ontology. If a term could refer to more than one concept then Peregrine tries to disambiguate it.
||Tools developed by various groups in the BioAssist platforms together with their tool configs for installation in a Galaxy server.
||A web based user interface ("Knowledge Enhancer") using semantic technology to create a popup in the browser linking terms in the text to concepts in the ConceptWiki and other third party services. Aimed at knowledge discovery.
||Generic code and mailing lists for the BioAssist Engineering Team
||A hosting place for documents, discussions, bug reports on NBIC Galaxy Server
||This project contains the source code developed within the NGS task force.
||Project management repository for the NGS work package of the CTMM TraIT project. For internal use only.
||A web site application that stores knowledge and information using concept triples. Users can both view and edit the contents of the triple store using a wiki-like application.
Member of projects
||Pindel: a pattern growth approach to detect break points of large deletions , medium sized insertions, inversions and other structural variations from paired-end short reads.
||Support of researchers and developers working on semantic solutions for life science projects.
||Project for the setup of a foundation for the governance of open source software in a bioinformatics context; software that is not used by programmers; software for which the governance requires a community of users (life-scientists, biologists, clinicians, laboratory personnel, etc) as well as a community of programmers (bioinformaticians, informaticians, statisticians, etc)
||Generic code and mailing lists for the NBIC BioAssist interoperability task force.
||General system administration scripts used by the BioAssist Engineering Team