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How to apply bioinformatics to metallo-proteins

Table of Contents

• Sequence patterns and protein domains
• MetalPDB and related tools
• Structural Databases
• Structure refinement and protein dynamics

OPENCoastS platform video tutorial

This video tutorial shows how to use this simple service to create coastal forecast systems.
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OPENCoastS user manual

OPENCoastS is an online service ( that assembles on-demand circulation forecast systems for selected coastal areas and keeps them running operationally for a period defined by the user. This service generates daily forecasts of water levels and vertically averaged velocities over the region of interest for 48 hours, based on numerical simulations of all relevant physical processes. Presently, all forecasts are made with the model SCHISM ( and are supported by the computational resources from INCD - Infraestrutura Nacional de Computação Distríbuida (, a node of the EGI - European Grid Infrastructure ( Access to the service is granted through a registration procedure, and is obtained after acceptance of the registration by the OPENCoastS user support. OPENCoastS is jointly developed and maintained by LNEC - Laboratório Nacional de Engenharia Civil (LNEC -, LIP - Laboratório de Instrumentação e Física Experimental de Partículas (LIP -, CNRS-LIENS - Centre National De La Recherche Scientifique - LIttoral ENvironnement et Sociétés (CNRS-LIENS - and Universidad de Cantabria (UC -

EGI Jupyter Notebooks examples

Some simple notebooks that showcase the EGI Notebooks features.

TOSCA for Heat

Heat-Translator is an Openstack project and licensed under Apache 2. It is a command line tool which takes non-Heat templates as an input and produces a Heat Orchestration Template (HOT) which can be deployed by Heat. Currently the development and testing is done with an aim to translate OASIS Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications (TOSCA) templates to HOT. However, the tool is designed to be easily extended to use with any format other than TOSCA.

Launching a Kubernetes Cluster using TOSCA and OpenID

This video shows how to use the IM web interface to launch a Kubernetes Cluster using a TOSCA document on a OpenStack on-premise cloud platform using INDIGO IAM OpenID credentials.

ECAS_notebooks: Time_series_extraction

This notebook calculates the time series extraction

ECAS_notebooks: Time_series_difference

This notebook calculates the time series difference

ECAS_notebooks: Subsetted_map

This notebook computes subsetted_map