Tag Archives: bioinformatics

Build, Buy or Both

When selecting an ELN or LIMS one of the major decisions is to build or buy a solution, or do both. In this post, we walk you through some of the considerations to take into account. Continue reading

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The Three-Legged Stool

Over the years, we’ve been involved in a number of LIMS/ELN selection projects. In this new series of blog posts, we’ll take a look at some of the lessons learned from those projects. The Three Legged Stool It’s a commonly … Continue reading

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Requirements Are Required

Learn how a good set of requirements make the process of selecting and implementing an ELN/LIMS system much easier. Continue reading

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Using Material Design tools

In a previous blog post I described how material design can be used to create user interfaces. Material design is has been described as a language or a system for describing and creating user interfaces. In the video below you … Continue reading

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BioGroovy and Web Service Identity

With the recent release of BioGroovy 1.1, we added support for a number of web services. Web service providers like NCBI’s eUtils, EntrezAjax and JournalTOCs have requirements for tracking usage of their services.  In some cases, a token must be … Continue reading

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Tinkering With BioGroovy 1.1

Since the initial release of BioGroovy, a lot has changed, and the library has continued to grow substantially. With the recent BioGroovy 1.1 release, I thought I would review some of the changes, and update the information on how you … Continue reading

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Network of BioThings Hackathon #2

This weekend’s Network of BioThings hackathon (#hackNoB) was a great success with some really innovative projects making great strides in a short amount of time. The event was hosted by the Jeff Grethe of the Neuroscience Information Framework group at … Continue reading

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