Offers a platform establishing a portable bridge to the Matchmaker Exchange. matchbox is an open source utility intending to facilitate the launch of a new rare disease center as part of the MME federated network. This program can handle communication between matchmaker centers and acts as a repository that is isolated from a center’s general patient database. Additionnally, a graphical interface can be provided to this software through the use of the seqr program.
Offers a bioinformatics autodiscovery search engine for training materials. BATmat is built on Google’s custom search API and utilizes a precompiled list of relevant web resources containing bioinformatics training data (like GOLBELT or Coursera). This tool is compatible with third-party training portals and allows to extend the search beyond the items that are included in their repositories.
Provides a Docker management user interface into Jupyter. nbdocker adds a point-and-click function into Docker containers inside Jupyter notebooks. It is useful to: pull a Docker image from a registry such as DockerHub or a local image, keep a record of running Docker containers, and document and execute a Docker container in the history. This tool simplifies the communication of complicated data science protocols.
Allows users to build and run docker container images from behind a corporate proxy. Docker-proxify is a container that eases development by using a proxy server making the use of it transparent to the applications running inside the container.
Consists of a framework for managing software and databases. The BIRCH system consists of a core of commonly-used programs for most typical bioinformatics tasks. It allows for seamless integration of locally-installed programs so that each BIRCH site can be tailored to the needs of the local user-community. It includes a network-centric design, allowing users to do any task from anywhere.