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Babelomics 4 at the top 5% of NAR papers

Added by Ignacio Medina about 7 years ago

We are pleased to inform that Babelomics 4 has been chosen by the Editors of Nucleic Acids Research to appear on their Featured Articles page (http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/nar/featured_articles.html).
Featured Articles highlight the best papers published in NAR. These articles are chosen by the Executive Editors on the recommendation of Editorial Board Members and Referees. They represent the top 5% of papers in terms of originality, significance and scientific excellence. The articles are accompanied by a brief synopsis explaining the findings of the paper and where they fit in the broader context of nucleic acids research.

Babelomics 4.0.1 released

Added by Ignacio Medina about 7 years ago

In this bug fix release more than 60 issues have been addressed, inlcuding:

  • performance improvements
  • improved result display in many tools like FatiGO/Fatiscan tables
  • new options in many tools
  • many bugs fixed
  • etc

VI International Course of Massive Data Analysis

Added by Ignacio Medina about 7 years ago

A five day theoretical and practical course will be held at CIPF (Valencia) from 31st May until 4th June of 2010. For more complete information visit:

http://bioinfo.cipf.es/courses/mda10/

Babelomics 4.0 release!

Added by Ignacio Medina almost 8 years ago

This release is a very important milestone in the Babelomics development. GEPAS suite has been merged with Babelomics with many new features and improvements.
And all the code has been rewritten in Java in a modular design, for the web application JQuery and other Web 2.0 javscript libraries has been used. Also, the project and jobs management has been improved.

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