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NITRO is a full-fledged, extensible library solution for reading and writing the National Imagery Transmission Format (NITF), a U.S. DoD standard format. It is written in cross-platform C, with bindings available for other languages.
This project is aimed at providing a web-based interface to creating a user-defined, processed protein sequence database based on the UniProtKB protein sequence databases SwissProt and TrEMBL. The live web page can be found at http://www.ebi.ac.uk/pride/dod. The project was supported by the BBSRC Tools and Resources grant 'Database on Demand' (BB/F016255/1).
This is an implementation of the Data Access Protocol (http://opendap.org/) written from scratch in Python. It features a client to access remote datasets and a server written as a WSGI application. The official homepage is located at http://pydap.org/, and the code is available through a Mercurial repository. Releases are available from the Python cheeseshop: http://pypi.python.org/pypi/Pydap.
The Federated Intelligence Network, FedIntel.net, is a collection of web based portals for emergency management. The system provides for a unified national and international medium for document management, workflow, collaboration and information sharing. The system is design...