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Omics Software Galore!

Posted in: Genomics and Epigenetics
omics software

If you are looking for Omics software, then I suspect the G6G Directory of Omics and Intelligent Software need be your only stop.

From the name it will come as no surprise that this website is a directory of Omics and AI software.

On the Omics side it lists software for:

  • Genomics
    • Gene Expression Analysis/Profiling
    • Gene Expression Databases
    • Genetic Data Analysis
    • Research Project Design
  • Cross-Omics
    • Agent-Based Modeling/Simulation
    • Biomarker Discovery/Analysis
    • Data/Text Mining Systems
    • Knowledge Bases/Databases
    • Next Generation Sequence Analysis
    • Pathway Analysis/Gene Reg Network
    • Pathway Knowledge Bases/Databases
    • Sequence Analysis
    • Workflow Knowledge Bases/Systems
  • Proteomics
    • Mass Spectrometry Analysis
    • Protein Structure/Modeling
  • Metabolomics
    • Knowledge Bases/Databases
    • Metabolic Profiling/Analysis

Unlike most other software directories, they take the time to provide an abstract about each piece of software they list, along with info on system requirements, manufacturer details and links to the manufacturer’s site etc. Also, unlike most other software directories, the list is constantly updated as new software comes in.

But best of all, most of the software they list is free (we love free software lists here at BSB!!).

To sum it up, this directory put together by the people at G6G is a really useful and comprehensive resource for those looking for free Omics (or AI) software.

So go ahead and browse the G6G database.

Originally published on March 10, 2009.  Revised and updated April 9, 2016.

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  1. BioBM on April 24, 2012 at 2:22 am

    Since the G&G directory doesn’t exist anymore, I thought I’d share LifeSciSoft. You can use it to find all sorts of information about software for use in life science research.


    • BioBM on April 24, 2012 at 2:24 am

      Oops… So G&G does still exist, just the URL has changed.

      Poor assumption, but one that demonstrates the usefulness of 303 redirects!

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