19 Taverna / my Grid : Aligning a Workflow System with the Life Sciences Community

@inproceedings{Oinn200719T,
  title={19 Taverna / my Grid : Aligning a Workflow System with the Life Sciences Community},
  author={Tom Oinn and Peter Li and Douglas B. Kell and Carole Goble and Antoon Goderis and Mark Greenwood and Duncan Hull and Robert Stevens and Daniele Turi and Jun Zhao},
  year={2007}
}
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… CONTINUE READING
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