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Couple of Links
here a couple of links for BioJava:
BioJava is an active open source project that has been developed over more than 10 years and by more than 50 developers:
In 2010 and 2011 BioJava was sponsored by Google as part of the Google Summer of Code:
BioJava currently has about 80 citations in Google Scholar, which demonstrates that is widely used as a library.
Has anybody made a biological discovery using this library?
There are multiple references about using BioJava in "projects", but all these projects are just about building even more fancy bioinformatical tools. We would highly benefit from the reference that somebody has been discovered using BioJava as part of the research process. I mean, new a gene, a new fragment of some metabolic or regulatory pathway, a regulatory sequence, anything that was later published because of its biological (not informatical) scientific novelty? Is it possible to get such a reference or maybe there are no any? Audriusa (talk) 18:39, 10 May 2015 (UTC)