The year 2015 is officially over. Looking back, here’s a roundup of the TOP 15 of the year ’15, the online tools used most often by the brilliant people on LabWorm.
So without further ado, let’s see what the LabWormers picked as the top sites of 2015.
Information-rich and graphic-based browser with annotations of whole genomes (we have a feeling its going to be hard to compete with this one for first place)
Top biomedical literature search index (we didn’t fall off our chairs with this one)
The Database for Annotation, Visualization and Integrated Discovery
Tool for visualization, analysis and download of large-scale cancer genomics data from the TCGA project
The free and easy way to manage your lab
Software environment for integrated models of biomolecular interaction networks
Alternative for literature search with intelligent navigation options
Rendering and annotating sequence alignments
A community based portal to an assortment of big databases and analytical tools
Your all-purpose news reader
Preprint publications for biology
Community discussion and anonymous critique of publications (the modern day arena where scientists fight till the death, viewer discretion advised)
Platform for networking and sharing of knowledge in the life sciences field
Manually curated repository of cancer genes derived from the scientific literature
and last but not least….
Flexible, and visual way to organize anything with anyone (we’d be lost without Trello and are happy to see it caught on)
We would like to thank all of you for being part of the LabWorm community and making these great choices. We are already anxious to see what you LabWormers will be up to in this coming year. Have a fantastic 2016 and may the Worm be with you all!