YABI: A rich internet application for simplifying -omics workflow creation, customisation and data analysis
Hunter, A., Macgregor, A., Takayama, N., Smith, C., Wellington, C., Hammond, B., Albertyn, Z., Schibeci, D. and Bellgard, M. (2008) YABI: A rich internet application for simplifying -omics workflow creation, customisation and data analysis. In: Cambridge Healthtech Institute 2nd Annual Next Generation Sequencing: Platforms Applications and Case Studies, 23 - 24 April 2008, San Diego, CA.
Molecular biologists utilise a diverse range of Internet based tools and datasets to create analysis pipelines when performing tasks such as sequence similarity searches, various molecular sequence analysis for genomics, proteomics and metabolomics (-omics), visualization and integration. However, in order to carry out these activities researchers must interact with disparate Internet bioinformatics resources either manually, utilising software libraries such as BioPerl and more recently via web services, such as BioMoby [1 ,2]. More often than not, molecular biologists find that the bottleneck in analysis becomes the burden of data and information integration. It follows that there exists a real opportunity for Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) to deliver high-level analysis of de novo/resequencing/ transcriptome data from the major high throughput sequencing platforms.
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