Category Archives: Computation

Review on Deep Learning in Biology and Medicine

Deep neural networks are everywhere. They are revolutionizing our day-to-day lives, and this phenomenon no longer needs any introduction or description. Deep learning is especially suitable to find structures in overwhelming amounts of data. Recently, biological data became exactly that – overwhelming, and application of deep learning toolsets to it indeed looks very natural. You… Read More » finding alternate software What software one uses may be the result of colleague recommendations, using “what others use in the lab,” or haphazardly found options online. Or perhaps it is time to “upgrade” a commercial package and the steep price makes you think twice… The crowdsources software recommendation web site does just that… just enter the name… Read More » Search engine for biological data analysis

Re: Finding software that is relevant to any biological analysis can be inspired by reading a paper or perhaps searching within Google. The web site contains 16,971 software (omic) tools that are organized in categories shown on the home page. Checking a bit further one can find interesting entries such as: High-throughput sequencing data analysis…… Read More »