BioCompute Object (BCO) is a standard (IEEE 2791-2020) for describing computational workflows for regularory submission, e.g. a genomics workflow as part of personalized medicine.
RO-Crate is a community-based specification for research data packaging of Research Objects with rich metadata, based on open standards and vocabularies like JSON-LD and schema.org.
BCO RO-Crate is the combination of these two approaches, packaging a BCO and the workflow it describes in a RO-Crate.
This webinar describes the tutorial on how to make the exemplar BCO RO-Crate, starting with a workflow run.
The tutorial is based on an exemplar run of the Nextflow workflow nf-core/chipseq version 1.2.1 using test inputs, capture the results in a BCO which we then describe further as an RO-Crate, and finally package all the files using BagIt.
Created: 5th Jul 2021 at 13:10
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