Provides a suite for trans-omics approaches. ECOMICS is composed of four components: (i) E-class, for taxonomic classification of prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA sequences, (ii) FT2B to process nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra for downstream chemical analyses, (iii) Bm-Char which perform an assignment of specific compounds in lignocellulose, and (iv) HetMap to identify and visualize heterogeneous data and correlation matrices.
Investigates nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra data and their related molecular structure. NMRView is a standalone application dedicated to both visualization and analysis. It includes a wide range of features including the ability to superimpose structures, extract structural data such as dihedral angles and interatomic distances as well as to produce average structures.
Handles and visualizes large molecules with a focus on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) structure detection. VMD-XPLOR merges XPLOR and VMD programs with the aim of supplying an interface able to transfer structures and animation sequences towards VMD. It allows users to view NMR experimental data and its corresponding molecular structure and to perform an interactive handling of coordinates such as torsion angles.
Provides an interface for process, analyze and visualize 1D and 2D nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) data. MatNMR is an extendable open source software which includes several modules that allows users to run various analysis such as spectral deconvolution or quadrupolar tensor fitting. Besides, it offers a viewer for 2D data providing 2D and 3D contour, surface and line plots in a wide range of formats and standards.
Allows user to easily determine the class for which each dataset holds the most power. VIBE is a visualisation software that permits to investigate different combinations of the datasets in an automated fashion. It also helps to integrate data from various high-throughput proteomics and metabolomics technologies using a Bayesian approach to integration that uses posterior probabilities to assign class memberships to samples using individual and multiple data sources.
A software package for visualizing multidimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra, with an emphasis on spectra used in macromolecular structure determination. Burrow-owl is a useful way of visualizing NMR data that can serve as a complement to existing assignment techniques or as a complete assignment strategy in its own right. The technique is useful for searching correlated peaks in any spectrum type.