Posts Tagged ‘Software’

Free calendar maker

March 9th, 2009

I don’t know about you, but I frequently find myself creating a calendar in Excel, spending more time than I should trying to get it to look nice. I found a new site, CalendarLabs.com, that lets you print or download calendars in Office, PDF or iCal format. Sounds like it might be worth a look…

Circos — genomic mapping and comparison tool

January 1st, 2009

Although it’s not something I’d ever use, the fact that someone spent time building a tool that generates some of the most interesting and dense graphics I’ve ever seen amazes me.

Circos compares genome maps and displays their similarities and differences in numerous visual formats — http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/circos/?

It was the software used in the graphic showing Presidential candidates’ references to other candidates, as mentioned in an earlier post.

Thanks to FlowingData for the link.

Favorite iPhone app list

December 30th, 2008

I’ve posted a list of my favorite iPhone apps — http://blog.balinsbooks.com/favorite-iphone-apps/. Hope you find it useful!