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Cite this (Argo Genome Browser, RRID:SCR_011763)

URL: http://www.broadinstitute.org/annotation/argo/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, data set, data or information resource

A tool for visualizing and manually annotating whole genomes that can be run as Applet or Webstart application as well as standalone application.

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    Genometa

Cite this (Genometa, RRID:SCR_001181)

URL: http://genomics1.mh-hannover.de/genometa/index.php?Site=Home

Resource Type: Resource, software resource

A Java based bioinformatics program which allows rapid analysis of metagenomic short read datasets. Millions of short reads can be accurately analysed within minutes and visualised in the browser component. A large database of diverse bacteria and archaea has been constructed as a reference sequence. The approach is based upon the established open source visualisation tool IGB and supported by the rapid alignment program bowtie. The Picard toolset for SAM files is also made use of.

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    Glyco-CD

Cite this (Glyco-CD, RRID:SCR_001574)

URL: http://www.glycosciences.de/glycocd/

Resource Type: Resource, data set, data or information resource

Manually curated, comprehensive repository of clusters of differentiation (CDs) which are a) defined as distinct oligosaccharide sequences as part of either glycoproteins and/or glycosphingolipids and b) defined as proteins which have carbohydrate recognition sites (CRDs) or as carbohydrate binding lectins. The data base is generated by exhaustive search of literature and other online data banks related to carbohydrates and proteins. This data bank is the beginning of an effort to provide concise, relevant information of carbohydrate-related CDs in a user- friendly manner. For users convenience the data bank under menu browse of GlycoCD is arranged in two section namely carbohydrate recognition CDs (CRD CD) and glycan CD. The carbohydrate recognition CD part is the collection of proteins which recognize glycan structures by means of the CRDs. Glycan CD is the part in which CDs are summarized which characterize specific oligosaccharide structures. The GlycoCD databank has been developed with the aim to assist the immunologist, cell biologist as well as the clinician who wants to keep up with the present knowledge in this field of glycobiology.

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Cite this (Connectome Mapping Toolkit, RRID:SCR_001644)

URL: http://connectome.ch/

Resource Type: Resource, image analysis software, data processing software, software application, data management software, data set, software resource, software toolkit, image processing software, data or information resource

A Python-based open source toolkit for magnetic resonance connectome mapping, data management, sharing, visualization and analysis. The toolkit includes the connectome mapper (a full DMRI processing pipeline), a new file format for multi modal data and metadata, and a visualization application.

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Cite this (Sample of Science, RRID:SCR_001656)

URL: http://start.sampleofscience.com

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, service resource, journal article, access service resource, database

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE.

Free access service resource dedicated to connect researchers creating scientific samples with scientists who need samples for their experiments. With Sample of Science researchers can submit samples, or contact scientists proposing sample for dissemination. Each disseminated sample also gets its description published in Sample of Science Bulletin, a dedicated open access journal. It acquires a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) and becomes a fully citable item. Because both adequate sample descriptions and mutually-agreed dissemination conditions are key factors for a fruitful dissemination that respects mutual interest, Sample of Science provides tools to elaborate, communicate, discuss, and refine both sample description and dissemination conditions. This process, termed peer-adoption process, results in the publication of disseminated sample descriptions in Sample of Science Bulletin, a dedicated open access publication. The publication in Sample of Science Bulletin is useful to provide adequate recognition to Sample Authors who contribute to the development of science by offering visibility to their disseminated samples. To the adopter it provides experimental details regarding the sample under the form of a citable reference useful for any future publications involving this sample. To a larger scientific community interested in material science, it provides a useful tool to stay abreast the activity of sample providers in their respective field of expertise.

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Cite this (MUlti SImulation Coordinator, RRID:SCR_001756)

URL: http://www.incf.org/programs/modeling/music

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, simulation software

Software that allows large scale neuron simulators to communicate during runtime. It allows exchange of data among parallel applications in a cluster environment, interconnects large-scale neuronal network simulators with each other or with other tools, participates in multi-simulations, and is continuously developed and extended. Three simulators currently have MUSIC interfaces: Moose, NEURON and NEST. Three applications execute in parallel while exchanging data via MUSIC. The software interface promotes interoperability by allowing models written for different simulators to be simulated together in a larger system. It enables re-usability of models or tools by providing a standard interface. As data are distributed over a number of processors, it is non-trivial to coordinate data transfer so that it reaches the correct destination at the correct time. Current and future simulators can make use of MUSIC - compliant general purpose tools and participate in multi-simulations, for example when: * Different parts of a complex nervous system model are optimally implemented in different simulators, and need to communicate with each other. * Post-processing of generated data is needed, where the amounts of data are too large for intermediate storage, and requires the simulator to pass the data directly to the post-processing module. A standard interface enables straight-forward independent third-party development and community sharing of interoperable software tools for parallel processing. * Library and utilities are written in C++, uses MPI. * It is possible to add a MUSIC interface to existing simulators. * Works independently, no assumptions are made about other applications to facilitate development of general purpose tools. * Performance Data transport with high bandwidth and low latency.

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    Arvados

Cite this (Arvados, RRID:SCR_002223)

URL: https://arvados.org/

Resource Type: Resource, service resource, data repository, storage service resource

A free and open source bioinformatics platform for storing, organizing, processing, and sharing genomic and other biomedical big data. The platform is designed to make it easier for bioinformaticians to develop analyses, developers to create genomic web applications and IT administers to manage large-scale compute and storage genomic resources. The platform is designed to run on top of cloud operating systems such as Amazon Web Services and OpenStack. Currently, there are implementations that work on AWS and Xen+Debian/Ubuntu. Functionally, Arvados has two major sets of capabilities: (a) data management and (b) compute management.

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    BioJS

Cite this (BioJS, RRID:SCR_003119)

URL: https://github.com/biojs

Resource Type: Resource, data processing software, software library, software application, data visualization software, software resource, software toolkit

An open source JavaScript library of components for visualisation of biological data on the web.

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Cite this (caTIES - Cancer Text Information Extraction System, RRID:SCR_003444)

URL: http://caties.cabig.upmc.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data processing software, data access protocol, web service

The Cancer Text Information Extraction System (caTIES) provides tools for de-identification and automated coding of free-text structured pathology reports. It also has a client that can be used to search these coded reports. The client also supports Tissue Banking and Honest Broker operations. caTIES focuses on two important challenges of bioinformatics * Information extraction (IE) from free text * Access to tissue. Regarding the first challenge, information from free-text pathology documents represents a vital and often underutilized source of data for cancer researchers. Typically, extracting useful data from these documents is a slow and laborious manual process requiring significant domain expertise. Application of automated methods for IE provides a method for radically increasing the speed and scope with which this data can be accessed. Regarding the second challenge, there is a pressing need in the cancer research community to gain access to tissue specific to certain experimental criteria. Presently, there are vast quantities of frozen tissue and paraffin embedded tissue throughout the country, due to lack of annotation or lack of access to annotation these tissues are often unavailable to individual researchers. caTIES has three goals designed to solve these problems: * Extract coded information from free text Surgical Pathology Reports (SPRs), using controlled terminologies to populate caBIG-compliant data structures. * Provide researchers with the ability to query, browse and create orders for annotated tissue data and physical material across a network of federated sources. With caTIES the SPR acts as a locator to tissue resources. * Pioneer research for distributed text information extraction within the context of caBIG. caTIES focuses on IE from SPRs because they represent a high-dividend target for automated analysis. There are millions of SPRs in each major hospital system, and SPRs contain important information for researchers. SPRs act as tissue locators by indicating the presence of tissue blocks, frozen tissue and other resources, and by identifying the relationship of the tissue block to significant landmarks such as tumor margins. At present, nearly all important data within SPRs are embedded within loosely-structured free-text. For these reasons, SPRs were chosen to be coded through caTIES because facilitating access to information contained in SPRs will have a powerful impact on cancer research. Once SPR information has been run through the caTIES Pipeline, the data may be queried and inspected by the researcher. The goal of this search may be to extract and analyze data or to acquire slides of tissue for further study. caTIES provides two query interfaces, a simple query dashboard and an advanced diagram query builder. Both of these interfaces are capable of NCI Metathesaurus, concept-based searching as well as string searching. Additionally, the diagram interface is capable of advanced searching functionalities. An important aspect of the interface is the ability to manage queries and case sets. Users are able to vet query results and save them to case sets which can then be edited at a later time. These can be submitted as tissue orders or used to derive data extracts. Queries can also be saved, and modified at a later time. caTIES provides the following web services by default: MMTx Service, TIES Coder Service

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Cite this (Consortium for Reliability and Reproducibility, RRID:SCR_003774)

URL: http://fcon_1000.projects.nitrc.org/indi/CoRR/html/

Resource Type: Resource, data set, portal, data or information resource

Consortium that has aggregated resting state fMRI (R-fMRI) and diffusion imaging data from laboratories around the world, creating an open science resource for the imaging community, that facilitates the assessment of test-retest reliability and reproducibility for functional and structural connectomics. Given that this was a retrospective data collection, they have focused on basic phenotypic measures that are relatively standard in the neuroimaging field, as well as fundamental for analyses and sample characterization. Their phenotypic key is organized to reflect three classifications of variables: 1) core (i.e., minimal variables required to characterize any dataset), 2) preferred (i.e., variables that were strongly suggested for inclusion due to their relative import and/or likelihood of being collected by most sites), and 3) optional (variables that are data-set specific or only shared by a few sites). CoRR includes 33 datasets consisting of: * 1629 Subjects * 3357 Anatomical Scans * 5093 Resting Functional Scans * 1302 Diffusion Scans * 300 CBF and ASL Scans

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Cite this (WholeCellKB, RRID:SCR_004104)

URL: http://www.wholecellkb.org/

Resource Type: Resource, source code, data access protocol, database, web service, software resource, model, data or information resource

A collection of free, open-source model organism databases designed specifically to enable comprehensive, dynamic simulations of entire cells and organisms. WholeCellKB provides comprehensive, quantitative descriptions of individual species including: * Their subcellular organization, * Their chromosome sequences, * The essentiality, location, length, direction, and homologs of each gene, * The organization and promoter of each transcription unit, * The expression and degradation rate of each RNA gene product, * The specific folding and maturation pathway of each RNA and protein species including the localization, N-terminal cleavage, signal sequence, prosthetic groups, disulfide bonds, and chaperone interactions of each protein species, * The subunit composition of each macromolecular complex, * Their genetic code, * The binding sites and footprint of every DNA-binding protein, * The structure, charge, and hydrophobicity of every metabolite, * The stoichiometry, catalysis, coenzymes, energetics, and kinetics of every chemical reaction, * The regulatory strength of each transcription factor on each promoter, * Their chemical composition, and * The composition of its typical SP-4 laboratory growth medium. WholeCellKB currently contains a single database of Mycoplasma genitalium, an extremely small gram-positive bacterium and common human pathogen. This database is the most comprehensive description of any single organism to date, and was used to develop the first whole-cell computational model. Users can download the WholeCellKB source code and content to create and customize - including the content, data model, and user interface - their own model organism database.

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Cite this (Yogo Data Management System, RRID:SCR_004239)

URL: http://yogo.msu.montana.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software toolkit, software application, source code

A set of software tools created to rapidly build scientific data-management applications. These applications will enhance the process of data annotation, analysis, and web publication. The system provides a set of easy-to-use software tools for data sharing by the scientific community. It enables researchers to build their own custom-designed data management systems. The problem of scientific data management rests on several challenges. These include flexible data storage, a way to share the stored data, tools to curate the data, and history of the data to show provenance. The Yogo Framework gives you the ability to build scientific data management applications that address all of these challenges. The Yogo software is being developed as part of the NeuroSys project. All tools created as part of the Yogo Data Management Framework are open source and released under an OSI approved license.

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Cite this (DOAJ - Directory of Open Access Journals, RRID:SCR_004521)

URL: http://www.doaj.org/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, journal article, database

Database providing access to quality controlled Open Access Journals. For a journal to be included it should exercise quality control on submitted papers through an editor, editorial board and/or a peer-review system. It is not be limited to particular languages or subject areas. Offering free online access to high quality full text content, plus excellent search tools, the portal enables researchers to find, use and re-use a vast range of materials with ease. The content of DOAJ will be even more visible and disseminated through this portal. The aim of the Directory is to increase the visibility and ease of use of open access scientific and scholarly journals thereby promoting their increased usage and impact. As of April 2014, DOAJ has 9,709 journals, 5,624 journals searchable at article level, 133 Countries and 1,600,991 articles. The database may be browsed by title or subject, or searched through the interface to for journals or articles.

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    LMAT

Cite this (LMAT, RRID:SCR_004646)

URL: https://computation-rnd.llnl.gov/lmat/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource

Open-source software tool to assign taxonomic labels to as many reads as possible in very large metagenomic datasets and report the taxonomic profile of the input sample. The quick "single pass" analysis of every read allows read binning to support additional more computationally expensive analysis such as metagenomic assembly or sensitive database searches on targeted subsets of reads.

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Cite this (total impact.org, RRID:SCR_005952)

URL: http://total-impact.org/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, service resource

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on February 8, 2017. Service that aggregates altmetrics: diverse impacts from articles, datasets, blog posts, and more, to create a measure of the impact of scholarly output. * view metrics: Point to research products in Slideshare, GitHub, and Dryad. Import items from Google Scholar profiles or a BibTex file and the output is a metrics report that can be viewed and shared. * embed anywhere: Use the full-featured API to add metrics to projects. Or drop the embeddable Javascript widget into a publishing platform''s HTML. * Free - metrics data (and source code). They believe open altmetrics are key for building the coming era of Web-native science.

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    Scalar

Cite this (Scalar, RRID:SCR_006085)

URL: http://scalar.usc.edu

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, authoring tool, source code

A free, open source authoring and publishing platform that is designed to make it easy for authors to write long-form, born-digital scholarship online. Scalar enables users to assemble media from multiple sources and juxtapose them with their own writing in a variety of ways, with minimal technical expertise required. This semantic web authoring tool brings a considered balance between standardization and structural flexibility to all kinds of material including a built-in reading interface as well as an API that enables Scalar content to be used to drive custom-designed applications. Scalar also gives authors tools to structure essay- and book-length works in ways that take advantage of the unique capabilities of digital writing, including nested, recursive, and non-linear formats. The platform also supports collaborative authoring and reader commentary.

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    RECOUNT

Cite this (RECOUNT, RRID:SCR_006118)

URL: http://seq.cbrc.jp/recount/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data processing software

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on 5/29/14. An Expectation Maximization error correction tool for next generation sequencing data (Solexa/Illumina). The main features of RECOUNT: * Uses quality score to estimate the correct counts, hence potentially more accurate. * It does not use reference genome. * Memory efficient. Next generation sequencing technologies enable rapid, large-scale production of sequence data sets. Unfortunately these technologies also have a non-neglible sequencing error rate, which biases their outputs by introducing false reads and reducing the quantity of the real reads. They have applied RECOUNT to several types of Solexa/Illumina reads from mouse embryo, 5''-end SAGE, and bacterial metagenomic reads. They found that the correction by the tool not only increases the number of mappable reads, but also makes a real difference in the biological interpretation of next generation sequencing data.

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    DataStaR

Cite this (DataStaR, RRID:SCR_006381)

URL: http://datastar.mannlib.cornell.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, data management software

A single library software prototype transitioning to a to an open-source platform ready for adoption and extension at other institutions wishing to provide research data sharing and discovery services. Datastar''''s ability to expose metadata about research datasets in a standard semantic format called Linked Data will be enhanced to support selective interchange of related information with VIVO, an open-source semantic researcher networking tool gaining prominence through adoption at multiple U.S. universities, in the federal government, and internationally.

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Cite this (Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology and Surveillance Interactive Database, RRID:SCR_006915)

URL: http://wwwn.cdc.gov/niosh-survapps/ables/

Resource Type: Resource, data set, data or information resource

Interactive data set on lead exposure (Blood Lead Concentrations greater than or equal to 25 micrograms per deciliter) of adults in the United States. The data comes from laboratory-reported elevated blood lead levels. Recent research has led to increased concerns about the toxicity of lead at low doses. Reflecting this increased concern, the ABLES program updated its case definition for an elevated BLL to a blood lead concentration greater than or equal to 10 micrograms per deciliter in 2009. This new case definition has also been: (1) recommended by the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists in 2009; (2) included in CDC''s list of nationally notifiable conditions in 2010; and (3) adopted as the Healthy People 2020 Occupational Safety and Health Objective 7. Given this new case definition, NIOSH will update the ABLES Charts and Interactive Database to include lead exposures to blood lead level greater than or equal to 10 micrograms per deciliter in the near future.

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    GERON

Cite this (GERON, RRID:SCR_008531)

URL: http://neurogenetics.nia.nih.gov

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software toolkit

A suite of web-based open source software programs for clinical and genetic study. The aims of this software development in the Laboratory of Neurogenetics, NIA, NIH are * Build retrievable clinical data repository * Set up genetic data bank * Eliminate redundant data entries * Alleviate experimental error due to sample mix-up and genotyping error. * Facilitate clinical and genetic data integration. * Automate data analysis pipelines * Facilitate data mining for genetic as well as environmental factors associated with a disease * Provide an uniformed data acquisition framework, regardless the type of a given disease * Accommodate the heterogeneity of different studies * Manage data flow, storage and access * Ensure patient privacy and data confidentiality/security. The GERON suite consists of several self contained and yet extensible modules. Currently implemented modules are GERON Clinical, Genotyping, and Tracking. More modules are planned to be added into the suite, in order to keep up with the dynamics of the research field. Each module can be used separately or together with others into a seamless pipeline. With each module special attention has been given in order to remain free and open to the academic/government user.

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