Posts Tagged iteration

Parallel service invocations

on December 13, 2010 by Stian Soiland-Reyes in Features of Taverna, Comments (0)

As Taverna workflows are data-driven, you don’t normally need to specifically define when a service is to be invoked, only which inputs it is to receive. Taverna will execute […]

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Looping

on by Stian Soiland-Reyes in Features of Taverna, Comments (0)

Taverna workflows are inherently data-driven workflows, where data returned from one service is pushed directly to downstream services. A Taverna workflow definition does not linearly say when a service […]

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Lists and iterations

on by Stian Soiland-Reyes in Features of Taverna, Comments (3)

In many types of workflows you might find the need to perform iterations over items in a list. For instance, if the first service in your workflow connects to […]

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Functional Genomics in Taverna

on by Katy Wolstencroft in Case Studies, Comments (0)

Functional genomics exploits the large wealth of biological information that is now available in the post-genomics era in order to understand functional processes (e.g. transcription, translation, protein-protein interaction etc) […]

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