Below we showcase several projects in which SIH has delivered web app. See all projects.
ProteHome: Proteomics Experimental Results Database
The Metabolic Cybernetics Lab at the Charles Perkins Centre has generated disparate Mass Spectrometry datasets for protein metabolism studies. With datasets stored in various formats and places, it has been difficult to search and compare experimental results.
SIH developed ProteHome, a bioinformatics system providing a centralised data repository, with a web-based interface to facilitate the:
- Standardisation of quantitative analysis results, with common specification of experimental metadata and formatting of analysis data.
- Retrieving those results for protein(s) or modification(s) of interest, regardless of the version of protein identification number used in the stored experiment.
- Management of submitted datasets using a comprehensive hierarchical storage structure.
Milk yield optimisation using Bayesian regression
Dairy cows can have their pasture feeding supplemented with concentrate, which can help to manage deficits in pasture nutrition and ultimately increase milk production. Traditionally, all cows are allocated the same amount of concentrate. However, past studies have shown some success with tailoring the allocation of concentrate to the individual cow. This project aimed to optimise individual allocation of concentrate supplement to improve the amount of milk produced and the overall production of a pasture-based dairy system. It deployed a multifactorial model developed previously by the Centre for Translational Data Science, Sydney Informatics Hub and Camden within the University of Sydney.
Stoichiometry Table Widget for LabArchives eNotebooks
A stoichiometry table is useful for calculating and recording quantities of reagents. SIH coded a flexible and reliable widget for entering this data in a lab notebook, supporting University’s use of the LabArchives notebooks in chemistry. Use it: labarchives-stoichiometry-widget!