[BiO BB] BioInformatics Workbench project
omoya at uib.es
Fri Jun 23 09:57:23 EDT 2006
Your project looks quite interesting but it sounds too broad to me. Could
you give some examples of the kind of tools you would like to include in
your package? Which are the problems you want to solve with your program?
I mean, bioinformatics is too broad to speak about a "complete solution". I
am working in the field of phylogenetics and phylogeography and the set of
programs, analysis and approaches available for that kind of studies is
really huge. I cannot imagine how many are included under the concept of
As example, there is attached a flowchart showing programs and web resources
I used (and their complementarity) during a single phylogeographic study.
They are only a small representation of the alternative analytical
approaches and programs that can be used.
There is a project in evolutionary biology called Mesquite that could give
you some ideas:
Take a look to Bioknoppix as well:
Good luck with your project!
De: bio_bulletin_board-bounces+omoya=uib.es at bioinformatics.org
[mailto:bio_bulletin_board-bounces+omoya=uib.es at bioinformatics.org] En
nombre de Marcel van den Bosch
Enviado el: viernes, 23 de junio de 2006 10:59
Para: bio_bulletin_board at bioinformatics.org
Asunto: [BiO BB] BioInformatics Workbench project
I am looking for people that want to help me create a set of functional
requirements and technical specifications (for example: flowcharts,
classdiagrams, etc) for the development of a complete workbench solution
created in C# and .NET.
This workbench should be an "easy to use" application which researchers,
students and others that are interested can use. The workbench would be an
open-source suite that contains all useful tools that are around.
The first step in this project would be to define a list of functional
requirements, so that we can get an overview what features our new
solution should be able to do.
So my question is: If you would like to usage a all-in-one bioinformatics
application, what do you want to do with it?
Any help is welcome.
Marcel van den Bosch
Bioinformatics.Org general forum - BiO_Bulletin_Board at bioinformatics.org
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