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Workflow G-language Genome Analysis Environment - R... (2)

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This workflow displays a documentation of G-language GAE programs. If you input the "keywords", this workflow searches for the keyword through the documentations. See http://www.g-language.org/ for more information about the G-language Genome Analysis Environment.

Created: 2010-03-30 | Last updated: 2010-03-30

Credits: User cory (Kazuki Oshita)

Workflow G-language Genome Analysis Environment - G... (3)

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This workflow calculates and graphs the AT skew of a given genome sequence, using options of gcskew program. See http://www.g-language.org/ for more information about the G-language Genome Analysis Environment.

Created: 2010-04-05 | Last updated: 2011-01-09

Credits: User cory (Kazuki Oshita)

Workflow G-language Genome Analysis Environment - B... (2)

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Given an identifier for genome sequence (by default, genome of Mycoplasma genitalium: refseq:NC_000908) or raw sequence data in FASTA format, this workflow calculates and graphs the following properties using the G-language Genome Analysis Environment: GC skew (gcskew), cumulative GC skew (gcskew_cumulative), GC skew of coding/intergenic/GC3 (genomicskew), GC content with sliding windows (gcwin), replication origin and terminus (find_ori_ter), codon usage table (codon_usage), the Codon Adapta...

Created: 2010-04-05 | Last updated: 2010-04-05

Credits: User cory (Kazuki Oshita)

Pack Visualize PAV provenance as SVG


Created: 2013-04-05 09:18:51 | Last updated: 2018-01-04 11:39:09

A workflow that converts PAV provenance to SVG by inferring PROV-O statements.VoID descriptions following the Open PHACTS Dataset descriptions specification are fetched as Turtle, cleaned up to be valid OWL2 ontology and include useful labels, processed through the OWL reasoner Pellet; this adds inferred PROV statements to the RDF, which is then fed to the PROV Toolbox, generating an SVG visualization of the provenance.Note that this workflow downloads CWM, Pellet and ProvToolbox on dema...

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Created: 2007-11-22 15:31:12 | Last updated: 2009-07-08 16:57:59

License: GNU General Public License (GPL) 2.0

Perfect for headphones in a busy environment.

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Workflow Metabolic differences in ripening of Solan... (2)

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Updated data processing workflow for metabolomics LC-MS/MS data. This workflow depends on the stable community plug-in MassCascade and KNIME plug-ins Base Chemistry, Chemistry Types & Nodes, Math Expression, and XLS Support. The workflow was run under KNIME version 2.9.2.

Created: 2013-10-16 | Last updated: 2014-07-04

Credits: User SBeisken

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Workflow RapidMiner: Use a Macro at Detect Outliers... (1)

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a reply to @paavopdf 's question on twitter "Anyone having an idea how I can use a macro at "Detect Outliers" for the no. outliers in @RapidMiner? #rapidminer #DataScience"

Created: 2016-10-03

Workflow Example Process using the RapidMiner Linke... (1)

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This example process uses the operator SPARQL Data Importer provided by the RapidMiner LOD Extension to receive additional data about books including the author, isbn, country, abstract, number of pages and language from dbpedia (www.dbpedia.org).

Created: 2014-12-04

Workflow RapidMiner process created by the MLWizard... (1)

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This process was created by the MLWizard Extension. Start RapidMiner Studio, download the extension from the RapidMiner Marketplace, open the menu Tools and click on "Automatic System Construction". A wizard opens, which suggests some models which fit best to build a model from your data. You can choose the one which has the most accuracy and the wizard creates the RapidMiner process for you.

Created: 2014-12-04

Workflow Example Process using the WHIBO Extension (1)

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This example shows simply the operator Generic decision tree of the WHIBO extension for RapidMiner Studio, which allows the creation and usage of an individual Decision Tree algorithm.

Created: 2014-12-04

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