Tag Archive for Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics Require Better Data Sharing and Discovery

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by Angela Guess Lindsay Hock recently wrote for R&D Magazine, “The changing landscape of research today is forcing the bioinformatics community to seek a new level of data sharing and collaboration only made possible with new platforms. Data volumes are growing due to larger population studies, deeper sequencing coverage to detect variants with greater sensitivity…

eXframe Platform Demos Power Of The Semantic Web For Biology

by Jennifer Zaino A Drupal ++ platform for semantic web biomedical data – that’s how Sudeshna Das describes eXframe, a reusable framework for creating online repositories of genomics experiments. Das – who among other titles is affiliate faculty of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute – is one of the developers of eXframe, which leverages Stéphane Corlosquet’s…

Metaome Helps Bench Biologists Get More Value From Linked Data

How to help the bench biologist get value out of the wealth of life sciences Linked Data sets? Startup Metaome Science Informatics proposes to offer some help with its DistilBio semantic search and data integration technology, by streamlining the approach to posing user queries. The Distil in DistilBio stands for Data Integration using Semantic Technologies…