The BioNumerics software offers a modular platform that can be customized to suite your biological data set. Choose between 5 Data modules and 5 Analysis modules. Each Data module can be combined with any or all Analysis modules. The separate descriptions for the modules list most, but not all functions and possibilities. Use the BioNumerics Configurator to personalize your BioNumerics platform exactly to your research needs.
Fingerprint Data module
All types of electrophoresis gels, sequencer trace files, MALDI profiles, spectrophotometric and chromatographic profiles, ...
Character Data module
Commercial test panels, antibiotic resistance profiles, phenotypic and biochemical features, repeat numbers, allele numbers, microarray data, ...
Sequence Data module
From Sanger sequencing chromatograms and next generation sequencing reads to fully featured and annotated sequences, up to genome size.
Trend Data module
Kinetic data (multiple time-interval readings), real-time PCR, and all kinds of X-Y measurement series.
Whole Genome Map Data module
Fast visualization and clustering of Whole Genome Maps (OpGen, Inc.) for epidemiological strain typing and characterization.
Tree and Network Inference module
Dendrograms, phylogenetic trees, population modelling graphs, consensus trees and networks, cluster significance analysis, ...
Classifiers and Identification module
Database and identification project based screening. Similarity-based identification or using classifiers (e.g. Naive Bayesian classifier, Support Vector Machine, ...). Automated identification via decision networks.
Dimensioning and Matrix Mining module
Perform MDS, PCA, MANOVA, etc. Identify differentiating characters and perform two-way clustering of any matrix table of characters and entries.
Genome Analysis Tools module
The Genome Analysis Tools module in BioNumerics offers genome comparison, annotation, alignment and SNP analysis in addition to 16S metagenomics.
Audit Trails module
Digital signing, recording and versioning of any database object from logging only to full tracking, allows the software to be used in compliance with the strictest Good Manufacturing Practice regulations, including FDA 21 CFR Part 11.