BioJava 5.0.0 was released on the 23rd of March 2018. This represents a major milestone that brings more consolidation and […]
The OBF’s self-hosted mailman server is still struggling right now, so we are looking at migrating the active mailing lists […]
BioJava is organizing a design competition to come up with a new logo. Anybody can participate: The logo should look […]
Last year’s Google Summer of Code 2014 was very productive for the OBF with six students working on Bio* and related bioinformatics projects. We applied to be part of GSoC 2015, but unfortunately this year were not accepted.
Update: The deadline for responding has been extended to January 25. The 2014 Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is coming […]
BioJava 3.0.4 has been released and is available from http://www.biojava.org/wiki/BioJava:Download as well as from the BioJava maven repository at http://www.biojava.org/download/maven/ […]
Google announced today the Open Bioinformatics Foundation (OBF) has been accepted as a mentoring organization for the 2011 Google Summer of Code!
Due to a huge influx of spam across all OBF wikis, we are in the process of locking down new […]
The OBF now has a sparkly new Redmine instance running on Amazon EC2, thanks to efforts from Chris Dagdigian and Jason […]
I’m pleased to announce the acceptance of OBF’s 2010 Google Summer of Code students, listed in alphabetical order with their […]
O|B|F is in Google Summer of Code, student applications due to Google April 9, 2010.
I’m delighted to announce an open access publication in Nucleic Acids Research describing the FASTQ file format based on the […]
Hi Everyone, Apologies for the mass cross-posting but this email is about server and IP changes that will affect all […]
The “Biojava in Anger: A Tutorial and Recipe Book for Those in a Hurry” posted online at http://www.biojava.org/docs/bj_in_anger/index.htm has been […]
BioneQ, the Quebec Bioinformatics Network, is organizing the first North American BioJava Bootcamp from August 18th to 22nd. We have […]
Highlights of this release include:
– Packed storage of sequence data in memory
– Better support for the OBDA database access standards
– Improvements to the parsers for output from tools like
blast and fasta.
– Many enhancements to the FeatureFilter system.
Rhett Sutphin provides a mini-primer and some example code that shows how to view Chromatogram files with java. His full […]
Do you need to access sequences from multiple places? Would you like to easily retrieve your own local sequences from […]