A toolbox for developing bioinformatics software

  title={A toolbox for developing bioinformatics software},
  author={Kristian Rother and Wojciech Potrzebowski and Tomasz Puton and Magdalena Rother and Ewa Wywial and Janusz M. Bujnicki},
  journal={Briefings in bioinformatics},
  volume={13 2},
Creating useful software is a major activity of many scientists, including bioinformaticians. Nevertheless, software development in an academic setting is often unsystematic, which can lead to problems associated with maintenance and long-term availibility. Unfortunately, well-documented software development methodology is difficult to adopt, and technical measures that directly improve bioinformatic programming have not been described comprehensively. We have examined 22 software projects and… CONTINUE READING

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