MOSAIC is a modular analysis toolbox to decode multi-state nanopore data. MOSAIC leverages the underlying physics of the system to considerably increase the information retrieved from experimental data.
MOSAIC's GUI greatly simplifies analyzing data from single molecule nanopore experiments. The GUI provides easy access to most common algorithms and data types. It is a powerful new way to visualize your raw data and verify your analysis.
MOSAIC can be scripted to run multiple analyses in batch mode. Leveraging the power of Python, MOSAIC can also be integrated into custom scripts and workflows.
MOSAIC leverages object oriented design and is modular. If the functionality you want is not available out of the box, it can be added with little effort.
Use Mathematica, or MATLAB, or IGOR? MOSAIC can be integrated into your existing analysis workflow.
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