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Presented at Swedish eResearch Centre meeting, 13 may 2022

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

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Submitter: panou@fleming.gr Panou

Keynote JOBIM 2021 (French Bioinformatics Conference)

FAIR Computational Workflows https://jobim2021.sciencesconf.org/ 8 July 2021

Computational workflows capture precise descriptions of the steps and data dependencies needed to carry out computational data pipelines, analysis and simulations in many areas of Science, including the Life Sciences. The use of computational workflows to manage these multi-step computational processes has accelerated in the past few years driven by the need for ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

EOSC-Life FAIR hackathon 2021 Session 3: Workflow & Tools FAIRification

Creators: Carole Goble, Stuart Owen, Simone Leo, Finn Bacall, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Douglas Lowe

Submitter: Carole Goble

So, you want to build a pan-national digital space for bioscience data and methods? That works with a bunch of pre-existing data repositories and processing platforms? So you can share FAIR workflows and move them between services? Package them up with data and other stuff (or just package up data for that matter)? How? WorkflowHub (https://workflowhub.eu) and RO-Crate Research Objects (https://www.researchobject.org/ro-crate) that’s how! A step towards FAIR Digital Objects gets a workout. Keynote ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

Keynote presented at WORKS 2021 https://works-workshop.org/

16th Workshop on Workflows in Support of Large-Scale Science November 15, 2021 Held in conjunction with SC21: The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

Keynote at German Conference on Bioinformatics 2021 https://gcb2021.de/ FAIR Computational Workflows Computational workflows capture precise descriptions of the steps and data dependencies needed to carry out computational data pipelines, analysis and simulations in many areas of Science, including the Life Sciences. The use of computational workflows to manage these multi-step computational processes has accelerated in the past few years driven by the need for scalable data processing, the ...

Creator: Carole Goble

Submitter: Carole Goble

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