Inge Alexander Raknes

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Biological data analysis is typically implemented using a pipeline that combines many data analysis tools and meta-databases. These pipelines must scale to very large datasets, and therefore often require parallel and distributed computing. There are many infrastructure systems for data-intensive computing. However, most biological data analysis pipelines(More)
Espen Mikal Robertsen, Tim Kahlke, Inge Alexander Raknes, Edvard Pedersen, Erik Kjærner Semb, Martin Ernstsen, Lars Ailo Bongo, Nils Peder Willassen Department of Chemistry, Uit The Arctic University of Norway, N-9037 Tromsø, Norway Department of Computer Science, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, N-9037 Tromsø, Norway CSIRO Health and Biosecurity, North(More)
Data analyses in the life sciences are moving from tools run on a personal computer to services run on large computing platforms. This creates a need to package tools and dependencies for easy installation, configuration and deployment on distributed platforms. In addition, for secure execution there is a need for process isolation on a shared platform.(More)
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  • 1993
Paracelsus' life is described biographically from his birth in Einsiedeln in Switzerland in 1493, via his education during his prolonged wanderings in many parts of Europe, until he was appointed Professor of Medicine in Basel in 1527. During the period 1524 to 1538 he wrote a number of medical and theological treatises which provide some insight into his(More)
Visualization is a key step in scientific analysis and understanding in many fields. Scientific studies often require development of software that produces visualizations. However, as a study proceeds, the software evolves, and both developers and expert users have to periodically ascertain how code modifications affect visualization output and hence the(More)