Martz Web and Email List Projects
Here are my World Wide Web and Email List projects, most
recent first. The term "apparently unique" means that I am not aware
of any other web site or email list in the world with the same focus
or primary topic.
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- General Purpose
Scientific Plotting Software. Created 1/28/96. This includes a
list of software packages, published reviews, and opinions/experiences
of individuals. Dylan Bulseco at the University of Oregon
independently put up a site with similar goals on 3/10/96.
- RasMol Home
Page. Created November, 1995. Described in the Brookhaven National
Laboratories newsletter, and linked to by Brookhaven, the Journal
of Protein Science, and many other sites. Visited by over 7,000
different people from 49 countries in the first three months of
its existence. Apparently unique.
RasMol Email List. Created November, 1995. Over 60 subscribers
by end of second month of existence. Apparently unique.
Home Page for Microbiology 540 Immunology and Microbiology 542
Immunology Laboratory Classes. Created September 1995.
Email List for Microbiology 540, Microbiology 542. First used fall
1995, when it was subscribed to by about 30 of the 50-some students
enrolled in the classes; half a dozen or so students asked about 30
questions by email during the semester.
Immunology at UMass, Amherst. Created September 1995; Faculty
CV/research pages linked January 1996. Includes the most up-to-date
and accurate listing of all immunology courses on campus.
of Free Flow Cytometry Software. Created February 1995. A
comprehensive list of all free flow cytometry software
available worldwide. Linked to major flow cytometry sites such as the
International Society of Analytical Cytometry, The Scripps Research
Institute, Purdue University, the Dana-Farber Cancer Center. During
late 1995/early 1996, visited by about 500 people per month.
Cytometry Facility of UMass, Amherst. Created March 1995.
Includes an introduction to "What is Flow Cytometry?" (linked to by
the American Association of Immunologists), and information about
training options on our campus.
Cell-Mediated Cytotoxicity Email List. Created May, 1994. For
researchers working on cytolytic T lymphocytes, natural killer cells,
and phagocyte-mediated killing. These are defense mechanisms of the
immune system against infection and cancer, also involved in tissue
and organ graft rejection and autoimmune disease. During its first
year of existence, it was subscribed to by 159 people (50% from
outside the USA), and 171 messages were broadcast. Apparently unique.
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