Ants, Bees, Genomes & Evolution @ Queen Mary University London

Major bioinformatic software tools that we develop include:

SequenceServer - implement, visualize & interpret BLAST analyses

SequenceServer - implement, visualize & interpret BLAST analyses

SequenceServer - implement, visualize & interpret BLAST analyses
GeneValidator - choose the best gene models

GeneValidator - choose the best gene models

GeneValidator - choose the best gene models
TGNet - evalutate genome quality with an independent transcriptome

TGNet - evalutate genome quality with an independent transcriptome

TGNet - evalutate genome quality with an independent transcriptome
Fourmidable / antgenomes.org

Fourmidable / antgenomes.org

Fourmidable / antgenomes.org
BioNode
BioNode


Software development approaches

We believe in Reproducible Research & Software Sustainability. When possible we respect style guides and use unit testing & continuous integration. We aim to respect these approaches in our research on specific biological questions and in our tool development. We develop mostly in:

But we love quick and dirty hacks too .

A lot of our code is at https://github.com/wurmlab.



Some tools now have limited relevance

oSwitch has been superceded by updates in docker. Afra has been used in our MSc course; it is currently somewhat out of sync with main Apollo.

oswitch

oswitch

oswitch
Afra

Afra

Afra