Software

Scientists in the Broad community have developed many critical software tools for the analysis of increasingly large genome-related datasets, and they make these tools openly available to the scientific community. For the conditions governing the use of Broad Institute software, please see the software use agreement associated with the tools you choose to download.

Use our search function, browse the complete software collection or click on one of the software categories listed below:

  • AmosCmp16Spipeline

    AmosCmp16Spipeline uses the AMOScmp software to assemble multiple, potentially overlapping 16S rRNA sequencing reads based on read mappings to a reference 16S rRNA gene.

  • CellProfiler

    CellProfiler cell image analysis software quantitatively measures phenotypes from thousands of images automatically, usually for high-throughput image-based cell screening experiments.

  • CellProfiler Analyst

    CellProfiler Analyst data exploration and analysis software is designed for complex and interactive exploration of multidimensional data, specifically from high-throughput image-based experiments.

  • ChimeraSlayer

    ChimeraSlayer is a chimeric sequence detection utility, compatible with near-full length Sanger sequences and shorter 454-FLX sequences (~500 bp).

  • GenePattern

    GenePattern is a powerful genomic analysis platform that provides access to hundreds of tools for gene expression analysis, proteomics, SNP analysis, flow cytometry, RNA-seq analysis, and common data processing tasks. A web-based interface provides easy access to these tools and allows the creation of multi-step analysis pipelines that enable reproducible in silico research..

  • Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK)

    The Genome Analysis Toolkit (GATK) is a structured programming framework designed to enable the rapid development of efficient and robust analysis tools for next-generation DNA sequencers. The GATK solves the data management challenge by separating data access patterns from analysis algorithms, using the functional programming philosophy of Map/Reduce. Since the GATK’s traversal engine encapsulates the complexity of efficiently accessing the next-generation sequencing data, researchers and developers are free to focus on their specific analysis algorithms. This not only vastly improves the productivity of developers, who can quickly write new analyses, but also results in tools that are efficient and robust, and can benefit from improvements to a common data management engine.

  • Haploview

    Haploview is designed to facilitate the process of haplotype analysis by providing a common interface to several tasks relating to such analyses.

  • Spines

    Spines is a C++ software package for genomic sequence alignment and analysis. The source code is publicly available under the Gnu Lesser General Public License.