OpenAlea: scientific workflows combining data analysis and simulation

@inproceedings{Pradal2015OpenAleaSW,
  title={OpenAlea: scientific workflows combining data analysis and simulation},
  author={C. Pradal and C. Fournier and P. Valduriez and Sarah Cohen Boulakia},
  booktitle={SSDBM '15},
  year={2015}
}
  • C. Pradal, C. Fournier, +1 author Sarah Cohen Boulakia
  • Published in SSDBM '15 2015
  • Computer Science
  • Analyzing biological data (e.g., annotating genomes, assembling NGS data...) may involve very complex and interlinked steps where several tools are combined together. Scientific workflow systems have reached a level of maturity that makes them able to support the design and execution of such in-silico experiments, and thus making them increasingly popular in the bioinformatics community. However, in some emerging application domains such as system biology, developmental biology or ecology, the… CONTINUE READING
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