Using R in Taverna: RShell v1.2

  title={Using R in Taverna: RShell v1.2},
  author={Ingo Wassink and Han Rauwerda and Pieter B. T. Neerincx and Paul E. van der Vet and Timo M. Breit and Jack A. M. Leunissen and Anton Nijholt},
  journal={BMC Research Notes},
  pages={138 - 138}
R is the statistical language commonly used by many life scientists in (omics) data analysis. At the same time, these complex analyses benefit from a workflow approach, such as used by the open source workflow management system Taverna. However, Taverna had limited support for R, because it supported just a few data types and only a single output. Also, there was no support for graphical output and persistent sessions. Altogether this made using R in Taverna impractical. We have developed an R… CONTINUE READING
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