Computing hardware/software > Data analysis

Data visualisation software rises from the ranks

05 February, 2014 by Lauren Davis

Researchers from Harvard University have created a piece of open-source software which enables users to analyse and rearrange ranking systems based on the attributes they find the most important.

Free visual browser of the epigenome

06 January, 2014

Scientists at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) have developed a software application, chroGPS, which serves to facilitate the analysis and understanding of epigenetic data and to extract intelligible information.

Free beta version of iBinom genomic data interpreter

18 December, 2013

With more clinicians and researchers coming to rely on genetic data in their quest to combat disease, Moscow start-up company iBinom has released the beta version of a cloud-based SaaS (software as a service) solution for NGS (next-generation-sequencing) data interpretation.

An online resource for tracking gene patents

09 December, 2013

Researchers have stated that overworked patent offices are struggling to keep up with the rapid explosion in information and technology that genetic sequences represent, while the public at large is kept in the dark about gene patenting practices. It is hoped that a free online resource will bring some transparency to an otherwise opaque system.

PAC IRIS Software for lab instrument data integration

09 December, 2013

PAC has launched its instrument data integration software designed specifically for PAC laboratory instruments. IRIS Software provides users with the advantage of connecting their PAC laboratory instruments and managing these instruments from a single computer.

Qiagen launches Empowered Genome Community

16 October, 2013

Qiagen has launched the Empowered Genome Community - an initiative to help people who have had their genomes sequenced share, explore and interpret their data with researchers and each other.

Rigaku SmartStudio central software platform for X-ray analysis

24 July, 2013

Rigaku Corporation has announced SmartStudio software, which acts as a centralised command centre for operating the company’s SmartLab X-ray diffractometer, as well as carrying out all of the post-measurement analysis calculations from a centralised user interface.

GE Healthcare Biacore T200 Software v 2.0

13 June, 2013

Biacore T200 Software v 2.0 enhances the capabilities of Biacore T200, offering researchers a flexible and powerful tool for efficient processing of molecular interaction data.

Data mining and machine learning for natural sciences project

06 June, 2013

NICTA is leading a multimillion-dollar project that will use big data and machine learning to deliver new insights into the natural sciences.

How brilliant a scientist are you?

13 September, 2012

A new formula reveals if young scientists will have a brilliant future.

Mining text  for new insights

12 September, 2012

A consortium of Dutch companies and universities is going to develop a Text Analysis Tool to systematically analyse worldwide scientific literature for food-related knowledge. This gives access to known and unveils hidden links and will provide new insights and routes for innovations in food.

Definiens Image Miner 2 image and data analysis software

11 July, 2012

Definiens, a provider of image analysis and data mining solutions for quantitative digital pathology, has announced the release of Definiens Image Miner 2. The product provides researchers in the life sciences with deeper insights into underlying biology by integrating image with data analysis, turning images into computation information.

Free app makes it easier to work with technical gases

27 June, 2012

As anyone who works with them will tell you, it is impossible to know everything about technical gases off by heart. But now there is no need to: iGASES, the new app from Witt for iPhone, iPad and Android devices, answers your questions, even interactively.

Enhanced data access to benefit cancer researchers and patients

29 May, 2012

A novel approach to the use of multiple databases containing information about individual patients and how they respond to different therapies is helping medical scientists to improve cancer treatments.

Bruker CMC-assist NMR software tool

24 May, 2012

CMC(Complete Molecular Confidence)-assist is claimed to be the first NMR software tool to enable seamless, integrated routine workflow from acquisition to molecular structure report generation.

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