DiaLog (Diabetic Logbook) is a memo application for all diabetics with a Palm Pilot. It enables you to enter your diabetes-related data quickly and easily and to view them later sorted by date. Additionaly, you can calculate the neccesary amount of insulin you will need, based on the sugar and food you're going to eat.
JMV (The Java Molecular Viewer) is a molecule viewer program/component written in Java and Java3D. It is designed to be an easy-to-use, platform neutral molecular visualization tool which can be used standalone or integrated into a larger program. It provides several molecular representations, multiple coloring styles, lighting controls, and stereoscopic rendering capabilities. It loads PDB files over the web, from the RCSB protein databank, from BioCoRE filesystems, and from local filesystems. The interface can be customized by users, and can be disabled for web-based presentations of molecules to save browser space.
The GNotary client is a multi-platform GUI client that allows you to select files via drag and drop from any file manager, create the secure hash sums for each file, and submit the hash list to a list of digital notary servers. Optionally, all selected files can be backed up into a zip archive. It is written in Python and requires the wxPython toolkit.
MultiSlice RTP is a radiotherapy treatment planning and medical image processing system developed for Silicon Graphics MIPS architecture systems and the IRIX operating system (5.3 and above). It allows you to manipulate upto 20 2D CT image slices as one 3D slice and run bulk batch processing algorithms on the images loaded. Written in C and linked against the MOTIF toolkit, it also runs on Xfree/Linux/Lesstif and can load RAW CT images from a CT scanner directly.
ImLib3D is a C++ library and visualization system for 3D (volumetric) image processing. It contains most basic image processing algorithms, as well as some more sophisticated ones. Its images are STL-compliant templated containers. It inculdes a viewer that features multiplanar views, interactive image processing, animations, vector field views, and 3D (OpenGL) multiplanar. Its main application is medical image processing.
GNotary is a set of Python scripts that implement an asynchronous digital notary service. Anybody who needs certification of any digital document creates a message digest (like MD5 or RIPEMD160) of that document and submits it to the GNotary service by email. GNotary signs this email digitally (using GnuPG), retains a copy of the certified and time stamped message, and mails it back to the sender, optionally with the public key attached to allow the sender to verify the signed document. At regular intervals, the GNotary server creates message digests of its own logs and distributes them among other GNotary servers, thus making it virtually impossible to forge the chain of evidence that authenticates a submitted document.
Wat2ions is complementary to DelPhi, the renowned solver of the Poisson-Boltzmann equation. The electrostatic potential map pre-computed by DelPhi is used to replace a certain number of the water molecules of the bath, surrounding a solvated macromolecule, with ions. The potential on the oxygens of the water molecules is estimated using a 3D cubic spline interpolation of the pre-computed potential. The waters with the largest potential are replaced with chlorides, and the waters with the smallest potential, with sodii. No two ions are placed closer than a certain distance to each other. The coordinates of the macromolecule, the water bath (except the replaced waters), and the placed ions are output to a new PDB file.
SODIUM places the required number of sodium ions around a (simulated) system of electric charges, e.g., the atoms of a biological macromolecule (protein, DNA, protein/DNA complex). The ions are placed in the nodes of a cubic grid in which the electrostatic energy achieves the smallest values. The energy is re-computed after placement of each ion. A simple Coulombic formula is used for the energy. The coordinates of the placed ions are printed out in the PDB format for further usage. Trivial modifications to the program should allow the placement of any combination of multivalent ions of different charges.