• HeartPy

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw30799]
  • rate analysis toolkit for use in human factors studies...
  • OOPS

  • Referenced in 2 articles [sw10571]
  • Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2000, pp. 368–375). OOPS consists...
  • STAR

  • Referenced in 11 articles [sw02515]
  • factor of >50 in mapping speed, aligning to the human genome 550 million...
  • FALSCAL

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw02608]
  • therefore targeting problems in areas where human factors significantly impact the result of decision-making...
  • OpenEaagles

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw19858]
  • This includes applications used to conduct human factor studies, operator training, or the development...
  • iNR-PhysChem

  • Referenced in 8 articles [sw26878]
  • form a family of ligand-activated transcription factors that regulate a wide variety of biological ... such as homeostasis, reproduction, development, and metabolism. Human genome contains 48 genes encoding NRs. These ... like, NR3--estrogen like, NR4--nerve growth factor IB-like, NR5--fushi tarazu-F1 like...
  • Her2Net

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw27573]
  • cell membranes and nuclei from human epidermal growth factor receptor-2 (HER2)-stained breast cancer...
  • MDR

  • Referenced in 6 articles [sw22494]
  • human genes are being described in remarkable numbers. Determining which polymorphisms and which environmental factors...
  • Be-CoDiS

  • Referenced in 7 articles [sw15918]
  • epidemic. Ebola virus disease is a lethal human and primate disease that currently requires ... authorities to focus their efforts in important factors to eradicate Ebola. In this work ... CoDiS), to study the evolution of human diseases within and between countries. The main interesting...
  • E-NAUTILUS

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw17037]
  • factors to be considered with any interactive method: computationally expensive functions and aspects of human...
  • PMS5

  • Referenced in 3 articles [sw24069]
  • human disease, drug design, etc. They are helpful in finding transcriptional regulatory elements, transcription factor...
  • MizarMode

  • Referenced in 17 articles [sw01973]
  • mainly the concentration on simple and intuitive human-oriented proofs -- have helped Mizar in developing ... reusable. This seems to be a crucial factor for a long-term and large-scale...
  • G4Hunter

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw27624]
  • vitro) in the human genome is significantly higher, by a factor of 2–10, than...
  • CNV-seq

  • Referenced in 9 articles [sw17970]
  • length of the reads is the key factor determining the resolution of detection. This favors ... assessment of CNV between two individual human genomes...
  • FacetNet

  • Referenced in 14 articles [sw20426]
  • evolution. These communities are inherent characteristics of human interaction in online social networks, as well ... problem in terms of non-negative matrix factorization, where communities and their evolutions are factorized...
  • ChEA2

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw33105]
  • total of  1.4 million transcription-factor/target-gene interactions. Moreover, we processed data from ... types of histone marks in 64 different human cell-lines. All together the data ... label is either a mammalian transcription factor or a histone modification mark in a particular...
  • GeoMF

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw25054]
  • first propose to exploit weighted matrix factorization for this task since it usually serves collaborative ... recently discovered a spatial clustering phenomenon in human mobility behavior on the LBSNs, i.e., individual ... recommendation, thus we incorporate it into the factorization model. Particularly, we augment users’ and POIs...
  • p3d

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw23587]
  • human readable language in the search queries rather than complex computer language. All these factors...
  • AutoNet

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw30811]
  • needed for the normal functioning of the human cell, it also presents many opportunities ... gene-exons, for each of which the factors that up/down regulate them are provided. Since ... play key roles in human disease, a reconstruction of human SRN could be used...
  • X-Pipeline

  • Referenced in 1 article [sw30362]
  • multiple independent data samples, and without requiring human intervention. As a demonstration of the power ... Pipeline is sensitive to signals approximately a factor of 2 weaker in amplitude than those...