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Workflow BiomartAndEMBOSSAnalysis (4)

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Using Biomart and EMBOSS soaplab services, This workflow retrieves a number of sequences from 3 species: mouse, human, rat; align them, and returns a plot of the alignment result. Corresponding sequence ids are also returned.

Created: 2009-09-15 | Last updated: 2015-01-26

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Pack Taverna 2.5 Enterprise Starter Pack


Created: 2014-04-02 12:54:33 | Last updated: 2017-01-09 12:01:51

This is a Starter Pack for Taverna 2.5 Enterprise edition - it contains a number of example workflows to showcase various features of Taverna 2.5 Enterprise and help you get started using it.Workflows from this Starter pack can also be found in the myExperiment perspective of the Taverna Workbench.Tutorials for Taverna are available under the Taverna 2.x documentation on the Taverna Web site.Also check out the Taverna User Manual.

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Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop (B) (2)

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This workflow is an alternative GWorkflowDL representation of a structured loop that updates the variable "x" in each iteration and which models the control flow separately from the index "i". Here a version of the graph with manual graph layout: This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: x:=0; for ( i:=0; i<=99; i++) { x:=x+i; } x_result:=x; Please remark that this demonstration workflow does not invoke any external services at all. The c...

Created: 2008-12-09

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Attributions: Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop

Workflow What is Paget's disease sparql query example (3)

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SELECT distinct ?s1 FROM <http://atlas.bio2rdf.org/sparql> WHERE {   ?s1 ?p1 ?o1 .   ?o1 bif:contains "paget" .   FILTER( regex(?s1, "omim")   OR regex(?s1, "geneid") OR regex(?s1, "uniprot")) }   followed by SELECT ?type1, count(*) FROM <http://localhost:8890/sparql> WHERE {   ?s1 ?p1 ?o1 .   ?o1 bif:contains "paget" .   ?s1  

Created: 2009-01-20

Credits: User Francois Belleau

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a structured loop that updates the variable "x" in each iteration. This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: x:=0; for ( i:=0; i<=99; i++) { x:=x+i; } x_result:=x; Please remark that this demonstration workflow does not invoke any external services at all. The calculation is done only by using the GWorkflowDL's syntax and semantics.

Created: 2008-12-09

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop (C) (2)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a structured loop that counts from 0 to 99.   This workflow is equivalent to the following pseudo code: for ( i:=0; i Please remark that this demonstration workflow does not invoke any external services at all.

Created: 2008-12-09

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

Attributions: Workflow Workflow Pattern - Structured Loop (B)

Workflow Unique tags (2)

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This workflow takes a comma separated list of tags and removes duplicate entries. Tags may have multiple words in them. An example string is "carrots,handbags,carrots,cheese".

Created: 2008-03-11 | Last updated: 2008-03-11

Credits: User Don Cruickshank

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Workflow Staged iteration strategy (1)

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Consider two lists A and B, of equal size 3. A[1] corresponds to B[1], A[2] to B[2], etc, for instance A are image scans from 2007 and B from 2008, and the index indicates the patient number. A = [a0, a1, a2] B = [b0, b1, b2] There's then two lists of possible parameters P and Q, of different lengths, P has 2 and Q has 4 items. P = [p0, p1] Q = [q0, q1, q2, q3] Each of the A items should be processed in ap using each of the P parameters, and each of the B items ...

Created: 2008-05-07 | Last updated: 2008-05-07

Credits: User Stian Soiland-Reyes

Workflow 1 (2)

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Trivial workflow which will initially fail, retry twice then fall over to the alternative specified for the FailingThing process.

Created: 2007-11-06 | Last updated: 2007-11-20

Credits: User Antoon Goderis User Carole Goble User A. Random Scientist Network-member try it out

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Workflow Workflow Pattern - Simple Merge (XOR-Join) (1)

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This workflow is a GWorkflowDL representation of a simple merge (XOR Join) that invokes C when either A or B has been invoked. The structure of the GWorkflowDL representation of a simple merge is identical to the multi merge pattern!

Created: 2008-12-03 | Last updated: 2009-01-19

Credits: User Andreas Hoheisel

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