Posts In Category Introduction

The State of the Bioinformatics Nation

on December 13, 2010 by Robert Stevens in Introduction, Comments (0)

There are a set of characteristics of bioinformatics tools and resources that make workflow a useful solution for undertaking bioinformatics experiments. As well as coping with this situation, workflows […]


Components for Designing and Executing Workflows

on December 10, 2010 by Katy Wolstencroft in Introduction, Comments (1)

This K-Blog is a practical handbook for those interested in building scientific workflows with Taverna [1]. It is a guide to designing, building and executing workflows as well as […]


Preface to the Taverna Knowledge-Blog

on November 29, 2010 by Katy Wolstencroft in Introduction, Comments (0)

The volume of biological data available in the public domain is growing continuously [1] and has dramatically altered the fields of bioinformatics and biology. Researchers have moved from studying […]