Saturday, May 3, 2008

OpenWetWare and Sage

After reading a nice article by Julius Lucks on OpenWetWare, about python, biopython and SWIG, I suggested he check out Sage. He in turn suggested I write something up on OpenWetWare, and so I have. Hopefully this will lead to some more biology and bioinformatics interest in Sage.

5 comments:

Sri Kosuri said...

Thanks for posting that information. I was trying to find out more about Sage and that was really helpful.

dz0 said...

Could I use the screenshots for the presentation, I'll be prepairing for my uni students? is there some license for them :)?

M. Hampton said...

dz0: use as you wish. Feel free to mention my name though :)

Bill said...

Thanks for this as well as the OWW posting. I'm very impressed. I took the liberty of directly embedding your video (including the attribution and warnings but minus the email address!) into the OWW page. I can roll back if you want. But they go together so well. I'm one of the folks who manages the OWW server; between the software and video you have created a great reference. We should talk about how your work could be used by the OWW community someday. Thanks!

Bill Flanagan

M. Hampton said...

Thanks Bill!

When I have some time (I can always hope) I'd like to do some more specialized followup articles. Currently I'm working on some cardiovascular modeling with Sage...