Biobank Lifespan

Tools - analysis by external researchers

CLC Free Workbench is an open source software environment enabling users to undertake a large number of bioinformatic analyses, combined with smooth data management, graphical viewing and output options with a focus on applications in '-omics'.
Epi Info is a versatile suite of software tools developed for the interface between epidemiology and public health. It can be used to develop a simple questionnaire or form, customize the data entry process or undertake basic analyses.
R is a powerful, flexible, integrated statistical analysis environment that provides analysis, modelling and graphics for data management.
This website lists SAS macros which you might need while using the SAS statistical software. Provided by the Bonn University and by the SAS Institute Inc.
The Opal application integrates biobank data from different sources into a secure central data repository.
GenoByte is a Java API for storing and querying data resulting from the aggregation of high-throughput genotyping experiments across many subjects.
The DataSHaPER (Data Schema and Harmonization Platform for Epidemiological Research) is both a scientific approach and a suite of practical tools.
Bioconductor is an open source and open development software project for the analysis and comprehension of genomic data. It is primarily based on the R programming language. Bioconductor and this website are maintained by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
Note: The software on this page is no longer supported and is to be used at your own risk.
Dr David Reich's Laboratory does both theoretical and experimental work in human population genetics. The website provides access to a variety of software including ANCESTRYMAP, EIGENSOFT and EIGENSTRAT.
This software performs power and sample size calculations. PS can be used for studies with dichotomous, continuous, or survival response measures. Developed by Drs W.D. Dupont and W.D. Plummer Jr., Department of Biostatistics, based at the Vanderbilt University.