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This ARDC and BioCommons sponsored project delivers a key component of BioCommon’s vision for an ecosystem of platforms providing researchers with sophisticated data analysis and digital asset stewardship capabilities. The Bring Your Own Data (BYOD) Platform (https://www.biocommons.org.au/byod-expansion) has enabled highly accessible, highly available, highly scalable analysis and data sharing capabilities for the benefit of life science researchers nationally.

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Maintainers: Johan Gustafsson, Lisa Phippard

Number of items: 4

Tags: Australian BioCommons

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Maintainers: Johan Gustafsson

Number of items: 4

Tags: Genome assembly, HiFi, Galaxy

Collection of workflows exploring data in the Image Data Resource (IDR).

Maintainers: Jean-Marie Burel, Sébastien Besson

Number of items: 3

Tags: Not specified

Selection of BioExcel Building Blocks (BioBB) Workflows, across three workflow languages (jupyter notebooks, CWL, and Galaxy), demonstrating the use of BioBB tool descriptors for each of these systems.

Maintainers: Douglas Lowe, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Adam Hospital, Genís Bayarri, Pau Andrio

Number of items: 5

Tags: Not specified

Selection of BioExcel Building Blocks (BioBB) Workflows intended for tutorials and training.

Maintainers: Stian Soiland-Reyes

Number of items: 14

Tags: molecular dynamics

The COVID-19 pandemic is the first global health crisis to occur in the age of big genomic data. Although data generation capacity is well established and sufficiently standardized, analytical capacity is not. To establish analytical capacity it is necessary to pull together global computational resources and deliver the best open source tools and analysis workflows within a ready to use, universally accessible resource. Such a resource should not be controlled by a single research group, ...

Maintainers: Björn Grüning

Number of items: 5

Tags: covid-19, Galaxy

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