[BiO BB] Pipeline Tool
harry.mangalam at uci.edu
Tue Oct 6 16:28:33 EDT 2009
There's a very expensive commercial tool called Scitegic's Pipeline Pilot (may
be been re-ingested by Accelerys). It's very well-designed (and should be
for the price), but it runs only on MS Windows (tho some back end stuff may
now run on *nix).
However, you could do a lot worse than try VisTrails. A supported Open Source
PyQt-based visual workflow, it's meant to be easy to install (especially on
Linux) and very easy to use & debug. It's an ongoing project and the
developers are very responsive and have one of the best senses of how to
implement a UI of the OSS ones I've seen/used. It also tracks the changes of
the workflow in a very subversion-like way (the 'trails' part of it). It
balances ease of use with power in ways that others have not seen fit to do
(see Kepler - enormously powerful, unusably complicated IMHO..)
On Tuesday 06 October 2009 06:32:24 Daniel Xavier de Sousa wrote:
> Hi Everybody,
> I'm looking for a tool for run Genome Project. In other words, I want a
> system web to submit chromatogram, and process on it bases calling (PHRED),
> vector cleaning (CROSS_MATCH), clustering (CAP3) and annotation (BLAST) -
> PIPELINE. And I would like to see all data on graphic interface.
> I have tried many others tools, as ESTWeb. But all them have different
> problems: the project has finished, there is not support, there is no lab
> I have searched Google, Bioinformatics.ORG, ... But,I`m asking here because
> I would like to get some one that there are labs using it.
> No matter if the tool is comercial (have to pay for it). I really want
> resolve my problem of pipeline process.
> Can anyone, suggest one?
> -Daniel Xavier de Sousa
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