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How Memoization Enhances Efficiency for Large Scale Genomic Analysis Research Projects

Memoization for large scale genomic analysis allows researchers and bioinformaticians to restart from a point of failure by enabling the reuse of existing outputs. This functionality is of critical importance given the size and complexity of genomic data and the impact of a failure on workflow efficiency and overall cost. …

Written by The Seven Bridges Computation Team

Enabling portable, reproducible, and scalable biomedical data analysis using Rabix Composer and CWL v1.0

We are excited to announce the release of version 1.0 of Rabix Composer, our integrated development environment for creating bioinformatics tools and workflows, and of support for Common Workflow Language (CWL) v1.0 on the Seven Bridges Platform! For an introduction to Rabix Composer and CWL, we encourage you to read …

Written by Adrian Sharma & Liz Williams

Develop, test and scale reproducible bioinformatics workflows with Rabix

Rabix: the toolkit for reproducible bioinformatics This summer, our development team announced the public launch of Rabix: the open source toolkit for creating and running reproducible computational workflows. Rabix was founded to overcome the challenges inherent in running reproducible bioinformatics analyses at scale. Here we show how the combination of software containers, workflow language and Rabix gives bioinformaticians the […]

Written by Nick

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