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Welcome to bioSqueak. This site is intended to be a center of development for open source biological Squeak Classes and GUIs.

bioSqueak is a resource to gather Squeak (home) (sourceforge) utilities, classes and tools for biology in one central location.  It overlaps in interest and in tools with several other open source projects, including bioperl, biojava, biopython, biocorba and biodas.

If you are still interested check out the Swiki.


SWiki is a community documentation system. Users can edit the documentation - directly on the web page in Netscape - as they see fit. This is an incredibly useful way to keep documentation up to date. As a result, this is probably the best, most up to date place to find out about bioSqueak's current state. Enjoy!

A list of links to help people explore.

ClustalW source This interactive console program allows simultaneous alignment of many nucleotide or amino acid sequences. It recognizes which format is being used and whether the sequences are nucleic acid (DNA/RNA) or amino acid (proteins). It outputs alignments in various formats such as the Phylip one.
Baylor College of Medicine Searchlauncher The Baylor College of Medicine Search Launcher is an on-going project to organize molecular biology-related search and analysis services available on the WWW by function by providing a single point-of-entry for related searches (e.g., a single page for launching protein sequence searches using standard parameters).
EBI's online tools Links to the various structural analysis tools at the EBI
Sequence Manipulation Suite Javascript Sequence Manipulation Suite
Inge Jonassen's bioinformatics links Inge Jonassen's bioinformatics links
UCLA Bioinformatics page UCLA's bioinformatics program
Bioinformatics book listing Books on bioinformatics
Canadian Bioinformatics Portal is the portal to bioinformatics activities in Canada and the home for the CGDN- sponsored Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops series hosted nation-wide.
KDD Cub 2002 Data This year the competition includes two tasks that involve data mining in molecular biology domains. The first task focuses on learning models that can assist genome annotators by automatically extracting information from scientific articles. The second task focuses on learning models that characterize the behavior of individual genes in a hidden experimental setting.
BioInformatics '02 June 19-21, 2002 Boston, MA
George Washington University Biostatistics Center The Biostatistics Center is a research facility of the George Washington University Department of Statistics. The Center serves as the statistical coordinating center for large scale multicenter clinical trials and epidemiologic studies.
European Molecular Biology Laboratory The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) was established in 1974 and is supported by sixteen countries including nearly all of Western Europe and Israel. EMBL consists of five facilities: the main Laboratory in Heidelberg (Germany), Outstations in Hamburg (Germany), Grenoble (France) and Hinxton (the U.K.), and an external Research Programme in Monterotondo (Italy).
University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute The University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute is a hub of intensive study into the basic science of biotechnology and its application to human health, the marine environment, agriculture, and protein engineering/structural biology.
MetaLife in Bulgaria The metalife project offers a complete working environment for the bioscience of the post genomic era.
Bio Computing pages at Univ of ZH This site is the University of Zuerich bio computing group. Logo
Bruce O'Neel
Last modified: Fri Sep 13 16:34:50 MEST 2002