Beginning only with an sparsely documented dump of source code, in only a few days we meticulously recovered, documented and resurrected this web application.
Swiftly is a data processing pipeline, developed by the University of Southampton Astronomy & Astrophysics department for automatically downloading and processing observations of super-massive black holes from the Swift satellite telescope.
TOPO-MD is a web interface for a data management, analysis and visualisation tool designed for genomics.
Universities often have a large numbers of disparate groups and individuals engaged in independent Outreach and Public Engagement efforts, with no organised way of sharing knowledge and connections between them, or of tracking their impact on the local community.
Join-the-Dots is a tool for generating network maps of the links between health metrics and outcomes in large groups. The RSG was approached by researchers in Maths and Bioinformatics to develop a web interface for a data management, analysis and visualisation framework based on Kepler Mapper, an existing Python library for machine learning network analysis.
CISpaces is a tool for Intelligence analysts to support the process of sensemaking, complementing human expertise in the generation of intelligence products.
GoFIT is a tool to promote exercise and help people increase their level of physical activity.
The Responsive Timelapse Controller (RTLC) allows bio-scientists to automatically monitor and optimise their confocal microscope to provide accurate time-lapse imagery of mouse oocyte maturation over an extended period of time.
The ForestGrowth SRC algorithm predicts the yield of woody biomass obtainable under given growth conditions – critical for biofuel crops.
We developed a visualisation tool, interfacing with the University’s existing iSurvey platform, to enable MOOC participants to map their personal learning networks.