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Customizing your tasks on the Seven Bridges Platform

This blog post provides an overview of how hints can be used to customize tasks on the Seven Bridges Platform. In the context of the Platform, “hints” are parameters that allow you to configure or override some of the predefined ways in which apps and tasks work. Specifically, hints can be …

Written by Marko Marinkovic

The Data Browser has a new look!

Representing more than 11,000 patients, each analyzed across multiple molecular dimensions, The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) represents an incredibly rich data resource. However, navigating this landscape to find exactly the data that is most interesting can be challenging – particularly when information is spread across multiple sources. To address this …

Written by Kate Hodesdon

The new normal: portable workflows

Since 2014, researchers around the world, including engineers and scientists at Seven Bridges, have been developing the Common Workflow Language (CWL) specification. The ambitious goal of this project is to enable portable, reproducible and scalable biomedical data analysis. In other words – enabling the same workflow (including the precise tool …

Written by Kate Hodesdon

Projects on the Seven Bridges Platform: some differences for AWS and Google Cloud users

We recently deployed the Seven Bridges Platform on Google’s cloud infrastructure. This means that we can offer new Seven Bridges users a choice of underlying platform service provider: either Amazon Web Services (AWS), who have powered our Platform to date, or Google Cloud. Researchers who already store their data with …

Written by Kate Hodesdon

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