[Biojava-l] (no subject)
Thu, 25 Jan 2001 11:50:23 -0500
Someone should make a parser and possibly viewers/clustering tools
using one of the XML gene expression standards. MGED preferably.
Their are some Java clustering tools so maybe those could be ported.
Martin Sterman wrote:
> I am new to the BioJava list, so not sure what the current state
> of microarray expression data is, but assuming there are possibilities
> here, I have interest in contributing.
> A bit about myself, I have an MS in Biochemical Engineering and worked
> several years for Genzyme Corp. I have since migrated toward
> software development, finishing a Certificate in Computer Science
> from U Mass (a compressed BS in Comp Sc) and am now working
> for a software company called eXcelon Corp.
> I am particularly interested in utilizing XML data format and tools.
> eXcelon makes a proprietary XML data server ("Portal Server")
> but we adhere to all W3C standards. I may utilize our products
> during development, but all code will adhere to vendor neutral
> Is there publically available data? What is the current format?
> What is your thinking of the needs in this area?
> Martin Sterman
> eXcelon Corp.
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> > BioJava is doing a great job in representing and processing sequence data.
> > How about microarray expression data? Is there anyone actively involved in
> > this area? Who should I talk to for potential contribution in this
> > sub-project?
> > Thanks.
> > Yihua Zhou, Ph.D.
> > Sr. Bioinformatics Scientist
> > Monsanto Company
> > 314-694-5053
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