The INCPM Customer Portal

Israel’s National Center for Personalized Medicine is a cutting-edge medical facility that provides ground-breaking care to its patients. We were proud to help them by building their customer facing portal. We worked with  Ophir Adiv Tal,  at the Weizmann Institute of Science and created a system that uses a Python/Django backend with an AngularJS front-end.

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Archaeological Artifact Database

One of our favorite things at The Research Software Company is making things that are really old, accessible in ways that are really new. That’s why we were especially excited to help Leore Grossman  of The Hebrew University in  Jerusalem develop a database for 3D models of archaeological artifacts.  We implemented in Python/Django with a straight…

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The Professional Aptitude Questionnaire

Everyone is good at something, but sometimes you need help figuring out what that is. The Research Software Company is good at lots of things of course, and we used some of them to assist Prof. Itamar Gati of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem develop an online questionnaire to assess professional aptitude and offer individualized career…

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Open University Chemistry Websites

The Open University’s legacy websites needed an upgrade. Our ‘solution’ (that’s a chemistry pun!) was to replace the old JMol implementation with modern Javascript, to make it compatible with current browsers. We added a few additional upgrades to the sites and continue to maintain them, as an assist to Dr. Itai Hareven and Dr. Inbal Tuvi-Arad,…

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Musicology

We assisted professor Roni Granot, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, by developing software for conducting several lab-based musicology experiments. All experiments are implemented in C# and WPF.

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Rationality Experiments

How do people make decisions? That’s the main questions studied by Judith Avrahami, and Yaakov Kareev, both of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. They made a great decision when they asked The Research Software Company to help them maintain a website of previous experiments and develop new ones for Hebrew University’s decision making lab. Old experiments are…

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Early 1900’s Hebrew Corpus

Working with Aynat Rubinstein, of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, we organized a corpus of early 1900’s texts and integrated them with research tools. The corpus consists of plain text files as well as TEI documents. Organization involved transforming the documents to TEI, using NLP tools to add linguistic information requested by researchers and uploading…

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The YAP Parser Installer

There are many natural language parsers available, but we still think this one, created by Dr. Reut Tsarfaty of the Weizmann Institute, stands out.  It’s called YAP, as in Yet Another Parser. We created the installer for it, so it can be easily installed for both Mac and Windows. You can download it from Github,…

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Welcome to The Research Software Company

Hi. Welcome to our blog.  Not much here yet, but all great blogs have to start somewhere.  Let’s start with an introduction and overview. The Research Software Company wants to help you with your research by assisting with software creation, data management, and other digital tasks that are taking up too much time and too…

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The Jerusalem Prosopography Project

Maintained and updated the database and website for large scale project on ancient Mongol migration. The system is implemented with Java/Spring in the backend and Backbone in the frontend. We are also adding a Neo4J database for network analysis. Researcher: Michal Biran, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem  

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