Incogen Opens Up: VIBE API Now Available, Software Toolkit Free for Academic Users | GenomeWeb

Giving your products away may seem counterintuitive, especially in tough economic times, but Incogen is bucking conventional business wisdom by making the latest release of its VIBE workflow management software freely available to academic research groups.

The company has added an open application programming interface to the latest release of its VIBE (Visual Integrated Bioinformatics Environment) software, creating a new product called VIBE Software Development Kit, or VIBE SDK.

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