Softwares developped by UNIGE, HUG, HES-SO
This page presents a non-exhaustive list of softwares developped by the researchers at UNIGE, HUG and HES-SO. They are all available under the non-exclusive terms below.
CARTOOL: a software to perform functional brain mapping (Ref. 454-A254)
This software stems from the « Functional Brain Mapping Laboratory » of the University of Geneva. It allows the visualitation, the interpretation and the use of EEGs and ERPs. It is powerful, fast and provides 3D visualisation capabilities. Other advantages include: (i) interactive browsing within numerous EEG files, (ii) contextual visualisation of EEG files, (iii) calculating ERPs semi-automatically, (iv) visualizing voltage and potential maps of electrodes, (v) segmentation or ERPs according to their stability period (aka micro-states), (vi) working with NMR image files, (vii) visualizing reverse solutions in 2D and 3D, (viii) creating diverse frequency statistics and analysis.
Reference publication can be viewed with the following link :publications.
EDENA: de-novo assembler for very short reads (Ref. 545-A364)
This software stems from the genomics laboratory of the Geneva University Hospitals. It is a high throughput DNA sequencer. Edena differentiates from its peers by the fact that it is able to present the data to assemble by means of overlaps-graphs. This way of representing data allows to exploit data more efficiently and more simply. With Edena you can produce complete bacterial genomes very reliably.
This software is free for academic research, but requires a license for commercial use. The Edena conditions and the download area are available here:conditions.
The reference publication is: Hernandez D, François P, Farinelli L, Osterås M, Schrenzel J. De novo bacterial genome sequencing: millions of very short reads assembled on a desktop computer,Genome Research. 18:802-809, 2008.
DTC - Estimation of the time since death (Ref. 742-A620)
This very complete software which stems from the Forensic Medicine department of the University of Geneva allows to calculate the time of death of a person. It works on PC and Android smartphones web browsers (Firefox, Chrome, but not Explorer). The formulas are based on the proven Henssge theories.
Once we have received the form, we will send you an invoice. Upon receipt of the payment, the software will be sent to you by email.
The license conditions are available here:
The reference publication is: C. Henssge, B. Madea "Estimation of the time since death in the early post-mortem period", Forensic Science International 144 (2004) 167-175.