Isn't this kind of repository usually come in the form of a book? I think
Michael Waterman wrote a great book in Computational Biology.
On 14 Mar 2003, Peter Rice wrote:
> Malay Kumar Basu wrote:
> > I don't have the necessary resources. But I think time has come that
> > someone should create an algorithm repository for bioinformaics. Most of
> > the standard algorithms has matured and several heuristics have been
> > developed. The time is ripe to put all in one place. It will be a golden
> > resource for everyone.
> > I am eager to hear from you guys-what do you think of such a project? Is
> > anyone out there has broad enough shoulder.
>> Public domain source code please ... some 'free' licensing is needed to
> make sure we can reuse the code.