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New web resource for life scientists

InforSense is now providing a web resource to allow easier collaboration between life scientists and analysts. The Customer Hub (www.chub.inforsense.com) will enable users to share the best methods of using the InforSense KDE (knowledge discovery environment) for a large range of applications.

The website already has more than 100 applications and tutorials available for download, and a wide range of workflow templates to provide a jumpstart for drug R&D processes. The FAQ section provides advanced information about all aspects of the KDE environment, and the Developer Corner provides examples of complex functions provided by the KDE SDK.

Professor Yike Guo, founder and CEO of InforSense, said: ‘This is exactly what we have needed to enable our scientists and clinicians to integrate biobank-related data.’

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