BioCoRE is a collaborative work environment for biomedical research, research management, and training. It features easy-to-use tools, among them co-authoring papers and other documents, running applications on supercomputers, sharing molecular visualization over the Internet, notifying project team members of recent project changes by email, chatting, keeping a lab book, and other practical features.
|Tags||Internet Web education Communications Scientific/Engineering Medical Science Bioinformatics|
|Operating Systems||Windows Windows Windows CE OS Independent|
Release Notes: A completely new incarnation of the server software, which is now based upon Apache Struts. This version of the server has a more modern look, previously unavailable features such as a poll/quiz generation module, and is generally much more robust (particularly in the area of file sharing among collaborators).
Release Notes: Changes in this release include tweaks to the GUI to make options more clear for new users. This gives more prominence to the Web-based shared filesystem, BioFS. Various bugs have been fixed, including a few compatibility issues with Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This release features a new version of the collaborative VMD molecular viewer module that enhances online molecule sharing and also supports Mac OS X. WebDAV file sharing enhancements have been made to fix some API issues on Windows and Linux. Support for job submission to NCSA Teragrid machines has been added, and the administration module has been tweaked to be more user friendly. In addition, the Web page documentation has been improved for users.
Release Notes: Major scaling improvements on job submission to supercomputers. Enhancements to WebDAV compatibility with the BioFS filesystem. VMD launching from the Control Panel with the /vmd command. Users no longer have to re-login to BioCoRE to join new BioCoRE projects. This is the final version before Java 1.4 is a requirement. There are various other minor features and bugfixes.
Release Notes: The VMD State code has been revised so that files on the hard drive can be automatically copied to the BioFS. Control Panel "active" tabs now have an asterisk appear in front of their name for compatibility with Java 1.4 on Mac OS X. Files saved via WebDAV to the BioFS now notify the java Control Panel. There are various bugfixes.