Evaluating workflow management systems for bioinformatics

@inproceedings{Lacroix2005EvaluatingWM,
  title={Evaluating workflow management systems for bioinformatics},
  author={Zo{\'e} Lacroix and Herv{\'e} M{\'e}nager},
  year={2005}
}
A scientific protocol describes an experiment, and its outcome is compared to the expected results in order to draw a conclusion . A scientific protocol is composed of a reproducible succession of tasks, organized with respect to the order of execution. Until recently, scientific protocols in life sciences as in many other fields, were mainly composed of successions of tasks executed by humans. The progress in technologies related to computer science and genomics sciences resulted in the… CONTINUE READING

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