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puting, Inc. you receive the full beneﬁt of
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custom solution in knowledge discovery
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We offer consulting expertise in CONTACT provides consulting services, custom,
mining data and visualization in- and commercial software for compa-
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lems in data mining, including areas
PHONE such as cheminformatics, drug discov-
Compound Acquisition 505-983-3449 ery, compound acquisition and web-
based work ﬂows. Mesa serves clients
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Control Systems Mesa employs specialists in software
development, mathematics, statistics,
Simulation computer science, medicinal and com-
putational chemistry to help compa-
nies develop custom solutions to their
We employ state-of-the-art tools data mining problems. Mesa delivers
and techniques, including: software toolkits, application software,
and web-based applications.
Chemical Diversity Analysis
Mesa Analytics & Computing, Inc.
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MESA’S FOUNDERS PHILOSOPHY SOFTWARE
John D. MacCuish, President Science is the driving force at Mesa. Data GroupBase
mining requires honesty in the face of
firstname.lastname@example.org complexity. Scientiﬁc answers may become Sequential and parallel cluster analysis
evident after a extensive work, or we may and similarity searching.
John has a BA in Philosophy and Fine Art be able to posit conjectures and hypothe-
from the University of California at Santa ses, or the data may show nothing. We
Barbara, and a MS in Computer Science believe strongly in the importance of vali-
from Indiana University. He has held posi- dation and strive to only claim patterns
tions at Los Alamos National Laboratory, at where we have statistical validation.
the Center for Adaptive Systems Applica- 2D key-based molecular ﬁngerprints
tions and at Bioreason, Inc. before found- SOFTWARE
ing Mesa in 1999. He has expertise in
large scale clustering algorithms, combina- We create software tools to perform the WebﬂowDD
torics, fraud detection, statistical modeling, best science, and assemble the best set of
response models, and visualization. He is or our own tools, and other commercial Drug Design dynamic web application
the co-author of several patent applica- and FOSS tools to get the job done at com-
tions and numerous scientiﬁc publications. petitive prices. We augment our tool set
with dynamic web application delivery, built
Norah MacCuish, CSO around speciﬁc work ﬂows. We provide
external or internal secure Web servers for Substructure commonality analysis and
email@example.com these applications. visualization
Norah has a BS in Chemistry from Univer- RESEARCH
sity of Chicago and an MS and Ph.D. in
theoretical physical chemistry from Cornell Mesa actively publishes and presents inde- SAESAR
University. She has held positions at pendent work in drug discovery and related
Parke-Davis and Smith-Kline Beecham in data mining. Watch for Norah and John’s 2D and 3D Shape and Electrostatics
the areas of compound acquisition, web upcoming book titled, “Cluster Analysis for clustering, modeling, and visualization
delivery systems, and drug discovery. She Bioinformatics and Drug Discovery”, for application
built object relational database systems Chapman & Hall’s Mathematics and Com-
while a chemical informations systems spe- putational Biology series.
cialist at Daylight CIS. She has expertise
and research publications in compound ShapeBase
acquisition, chemical database systems, quasi-Monte Carlo integration based mo-
chemical diversity analysis, and drug de- lecular shape ﬁngerprints