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User: Alan Williams Licence: by-sa Group: myGrid

Workflow Hello World (1)

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One of the simplest workflows possible. No workflow input ports, a single workflow output port "greeting", outputting "Hello, world!" as produced by the String Constant "hello".

Created: 2012-04-05 | Last updated: 2014-03-03

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow Hello Anyone (1)

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An extension to helloworld.t2flow - this workflow takes a workflow input "name" which is combined with the string constant "Hello, " using the local worker "Concatenate two strings", and outputs the produced string to the workflow output "greeting".

Created: 2012-04-05 | Last updated: 2014-03-03

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow GBSeq test (1)

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This workflow retrieves nucleotide and protein sequences with the literature and references associated to them given a protein and a nucleotide id.

Created: 2012-04-05 | Last updated: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow Fetch Dragon images from BioMoby (1)

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Fetch images and annotations of snapdragons

Created: 2012-04-05 | Last updated: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

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: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

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: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow Example workflow for REST and XPath activi... (1)

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This workflow fetches weather forecast for the user-specified location. First of all it uses the provided location name to obtain a WOEID ("Where On Earth ID") of that location, then uses that unique identifier to fetch the weather forecast from Yahoo server. Multiple results may be obtained in case there is no unique translation of the location to a WOEID. REST activity is used to perform HTTP requests and fetch data from remote servers; XPath activity is then used to parse the XML data a...

Created: 2012-04-05 | Last updated: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow Example of explicit looping (1)

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This workflow demonstrates how a nested workflow can be called an explicit number of times. Note that the loop iterator does not need to be used in the logic of the loop contents. It can be used as a sentinel (see the conditional workflow)

Created: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow Example of conditional invocation (1)

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This workflow demonstrates how nested workflows can be conditionally invoked

Created: 2012-04-05 | Last updated: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

Workflow Example for external tools with zip and unzip (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: 2012-04-05 | Last updated: 2012-04-05

Credits: User Alan Williams

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