Importing data, “Nore137″, “SampleClass”, and “Gland” below will need to be altered to reflect your column names.
library(“ggplot2″) # Have column names as text, otherwise prepend X mydata = read.table(“mydata.txt”, header=T, stringsAsFactors=F) title = “Norepinephrine Levels in KO vs WT Mouse Brain”
Handles the removal of many elements and adjusts […]
Dropbox is the glue that holds my digital life together. As such it’s configuration took me a while to get right. I have two of my critical applications installed to my Dropbox so they follow me wherever I go, KeePass and Zotero. Further I set my Windows desktops and “My Documents” to sync with Dropbox […]
Definitely the most necessary extension on this list. This app will block those distracting sites after you spend a set amount of time looking at them. Also, there is an available “nuclear” option for that important crunch time.
Makes adding articles to your collection easy, a single click […]
Throughout my college and graduate career I have developed a system which works wonderfully for research and school work. Saving time and especially mouse clicks is very important to me, clicking around to find something easily leads to Facebook or other distractions. The following programs are integral to my streamlined system. I encourage you […]
Benchfly catalogs user generated videos focused on lab technique and tips. The site provides insight into many aspects of science which you probably have never considered. Fun.
To educate and empower scientists in and out of the lab, enabling their next big breakthroughs – faster.
A collection of useful tools including: Oligo Analyzer, to determine the stability and folding motifs of oligos; PrimerQuest, a primer design tool; and many other nucleic acid technique design tools.
Pfam is a collection of multiple sequence alignments and profile hidden Markov models (HMMs). Each Pfam HMM represents a protein family or domain. By searching a protein sequence against the Pfam library of HMMs, you can determine which domains it carries i.e. its domain architecture. Pfam can also be used to analyse proteomes […]
The Symmetry Resources at Otterbein University website offers great visualizations of different point groups. The site is targeted at those learning about symmetry and also includes a few conceptual tutorials.
BLAST compares a sequence of DNA or amino acids to a massive database and returns information about how similar the sequences are.
The comparison of nucleotide or protein sequences from the same or different organisms is a very powerful tool in molecular biology. By finding similarities between sequences, scientists can infer the function […]
SCOP is a hierarchical classification of proteins. Top in the classification are large fold types and digging down leads to small group of similar proteins.
The site’s classification also produces some interesting statistics on the fold types of proteins which can be found on the site.
CATH is a protein structure classification database. The database is organized by Class, Architecture, Topology, and Homologous super-family.
For any given structure classified in the database, CATH gives you information on the structure and function of that protein. The evolutionary relationships involving the structure of interest and other proteins in the database can also […]
The Cambridge Structural Database is a crystallographic database of small molecules. The database offers many ways to search for molecules such as structure similarity, unit cell and journal reference.
The Protein Data Bank (PDB) operated by the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics (RCSB) is a premier catalog of large crystal models and NMR models of proteins. The database also includes methods for searching by nucleic acids and ligands.