Taverna/my Grid:aligning a workflow system with the life sciences community

Oinn, Tom and Li, Peter and Kell, Douglas B and Goble, Carole and Goderis, Antoon and Greenwood, Mark and Hull, Duncan and Stevens, Robert and Turi, Daniele and Zhao, Jun (2007) Taverna/my Grid:aligning a workflow system with the life sciences community. In: Workflows for e-Science. Springer, London, pp. 300-319. ISBN 9781846285196

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Abstract

Bioinformatics is a discipline that uses computational and mathematical techniques to store, manage, and analyze biological data in order to answer biological questions. Bioinformatics has over 850 databases [154] and numerous tools that work over those databases and local data to produce even more data themselves. In order to perform an analysis, a bioinformatician uses one or more of these resources to gather, filter, and transform data to answer a question. Thus, bioinformatics is an in silico science.

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