SyBIT provides and supports many kinds of software to the SystemsX.ch research community.
SyBIT either contributes to existing open source community software and tools or writes its own open source software in collaboration with its members and collaborators.
Since SyBIT is a project and not an institution, the software is not licensed to SyBIT or SystemsX.ch but to the individual participating institutions or communitites. The licensing depends on the project, it is usually Apache, BSD or GPL-based.
SyBIT also supports some commercial tools in direct collaboration with the providing companies.
Caching and synchronization of public and custom datasets for bioinformatics.Read more
Bioformats is a java library maintained by the Open Microscopy Environment community.Read more
Automatic categorization of cells in CellProfiler analyzed images using supervised machine learning.Read more
Confluence is a commercial wiki system by Atlassian. We use it as our wiki in SystemsX.ch and have extended it with various macros to be used in the SystemsX.ch context.Read more
The Datamover is an Open Source program moving file-based raw data produced by some local data producer to a central storage.Read more
Distinguishing biologically relevant interfaces from crystal contacts in protein structures is an increasingly important problem in structural biology and bioinformatics. EPPIC (www.eppic-web.org) is a computational approach to tackle this problem.Read more
A web interface to manage sequence and annotation files of reference genomes, private or public, with versioning.Read more
Bioimage informatics tools for the automated quantitative analysis of biological images.Read more
Quantitation and analysis of short reads in R. Tools for analysis of high-throughput genomics data.Read more