Scientific applications and tools

The scientific applications and tools presented here are provided by members and partners of the EGI Community.

They are not part of the EGI Service Catalogue but they rely on EGI services to run, for example High-Throughput Compute or Cloud Compute.

Some of the applications can be accessed via the EGI Applications on Demand service.

  • For Life Sciences


Computational tools to model complexes of proteins and other biomolecules


A tool for rigid body fitting of atomic structures into cryo-EM density maps


Visualise and quantify the accessible interaction space in macromolecular complexes

Virtual Imaging Platform

Web portal for medical simulation and image data analysis


Open source platform for data analysis

NBIS toolkit

Bioinformatics tools for the life science research community (e.g. SCAMPI, TOPCONS)


Open source platform for biomedical research


A tool for biomolecular modeling


A platform for multiple alignment of nucleic acid and protein sequences

AutoDock Vina

A molecular docking and virtual screening program


A web portal for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) structures


A web portal for the 3D structure prediction of proteins


A platform for multiple alignment of nucleic acid and protein sequences

  • For Arts & Humanities


Discover new sides of music, find great performances and improve your score reading

DARIAH Gateway

Cloud applications and services for Arts & Humanities researchers

  • For Earth Sciences & Physics

Geohazards TEP

Supporting the exploitation of satellite EO for geohazards

The EXtraS portal

A web portal for analysing the data gathered by the XMM Newton satellite

  • For Computer Science & Mathematics

GNU Octave

An open-source software for numerical computations

The Jupyter Notebook

An open-source application for creating and sharing documents

The R Software

An open-source software for statistical computing and graphics

  • Multi-disciplinary


Online tools for data validation, data enrichment and efficient data analysis


MATLAB is a programming and numeric computing platform used by millions of engineers and scientists to analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models.