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Category: Workflow Type: Taverna 2 Tag: taverna User: Alan Williams

Workflow Secure Web service call example (1)

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This is an example of a workflow that contains a call to a secure Web service that runs behind HTTPS and requires user to authenticate. The first thing you can expect to see is a pop up dialog asking if you trust the Web service to be invoked over HTTPS. You can use testuser/testpasswd as username and password for authentication when running the workflow. To see where the security is being configured, right-click the service in the diagram and select "Configure security" from the menu.

Created: 2011-07-14 | Last updated: 2011-07-14

Credits: User Alex Nenadic

Workflow Secure REST service call example (1)

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This is an example of a workflow that contains a call to a secure REST service that requires user to authenticate with HTTP Basic Authentication. You can use testuser/testpasswd as username and password for authentication when running the workflow.

Created: 2011-07-14 | Last updated: 2011-07-14

Credits: User Alex Nenadic

Workflow Unix tool for numerically adding two values. (1)

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This workflow relies on a Unix system. It wraps the "bc" command line calculator. It downloads the calculation script from a URL.

Created: 2011-07-13 | Last updated: 2011-07-13

Credits: User Alan Williams User Steffen Möller

Workflow Unix tools with zip, unzip and diff (1)

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This workflow only works on a Unix machine. This workflow takes a fixed URL from which a text file is downloaded (output as Original_file). That file is zipped (output as Zipped_File) and then unzipped again (output as Unzipped_File). The orginal file and the unzipped version are then diff'd/

Created: 2011-07-13 | Last updated: 2011-07-13

Credits: User Alan Williams User Steffen Möller

Attributions: Workflow Example for external tools with gzip and gunzip

Workflow Unix tool service using string replacement (1)

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The tool service outputs a message that greets using the names specified on Greet's input ports.

Created: 2011-07-13 | Last updated: 2011-07-13

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow A workflow version of the EMBOSS tutorial (1)

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Designed to show the use of EMBOSS based Soaplab services from Taverna, this workflow has no inputs as all initial values are specified as string constants. A sequence set is fetched using the seqret tool, then simultaneously scanned for predicted transmembrane regions and subjected to a multiple alignment using emma. This alignment is then plotted to a set of PNG images and also used to build a profile using the prophecy and prophet tools.

Created: 2011-07-12 | Last updated: 2011-07-12

Credits: User Tomoinn

Attributions: Workflow A workflow version of the EMBOSS tutorial

Workflow BioMoby tutorial workflow (1)

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A workflow from part of the BioMoby tutorial

Created: 2011-07-12 | Last updated: 2011-07-12

Credits: User EdwardKawas

Workflow Demonstration of configurable iteration (1)

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This workflow shows the use of the iteration strategy editor to ensure that only relevant combinations of inputs are used during an implicit iteration.

Created: 2011-07-12 | Last updated: 2011-07-12

Credits: User Alan Williams User Tomoinn

Workflow Fetch PDB flatfile from RCSB server (1)

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Given an identifier such as '1crn' fetches the PDB format flatfile from the RCSB

Created: 2011-07-12 | Last updated: 2011-07-12

Credits: User Alan Williams User Tomoinn

Workflow Fetch today's xkcd comic (1)

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Use the local services and some filtering operations to fetch the comic strip image from http://xkcd.com/ Based on the FetchDailyDilbert workflow.

Created: 2011-07-12 | Last updated: 2011-07-12

Credits: User Tomoinn User Stian Soiland-Reyes

Attributions: Workflow Fetch today's xkcd comic

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