These clients will allow you to discover and access data and analysis services provided through the BioMOBY framework. Some also allow the construction and execution of re-usable workflows and analytical pipelines.
|Client Title||Source||Platform & Language||Description|
|Gbrowse_moby||Mark Wilkinson||Web-based, cross-platform||The first Moby client ever written; very simplistic and limited in power.|
|Taverna||Tom Oinn, Martin Senger; myGrid||Java, cross-platform||Taverna allows linking of inputs and outputs from both Moby and non-Moby services into extensive and complex workflows.|
|MOWserv||Instituto Nacional de Bioinformatica||Web based, cross-platform||MOWserv allows construction and execution of workflows through a web interface|
|Remora||Genopole Toulouse||Web based, cross-platform||Remora allows design of Moby workflows through a web interface|
|Ahab||Benjamin Good, Clarence Kwan, Wilkinson Laboratory, UBC||Web based, cross-platform||Ahab allows parallel execution of multiple services simulteneously.|
|Seahawk||Paul Gordon, Sun Centre of Excellence, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada||Java applet, cross-platform||Allows a user to load text or HTML data sources, then discover and execute MOBY Services through hyperlinks and text highlighting.|
Clients with embedded MOBY functionality
These are applications that provide a variety of bioinformatics functionality and take advantage of BioMOBY to extend that functionality.
|BioTrawler||Frank Gibbons, Harvard||Web based, cross-platform||Explore protein interaction networks by surfing MOBY!|
|BlueJay||Paul Gordon, University of Calgary (Genome Canada/Genome Alberta)||Web based, cross-platform||Explore genomes with MOBY out-linking functionality|
|BioFloWeb||Sophie Durand, INRA, France & PlaNet Consortium||Web based, cross-platform||Arabidopsis ‘gene cards’ via PlaNet MOBY services|
|AtiDB Client||Sean Walsh, John Innes Centre, UK||Web based, cross-platform||Arabidopsis Locus Report via PlaNet MOBY services|