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  • Good to follow Dave - similar themes: - benefits of exploration (constructive feedback) - Client side work - Centralised resources and open-source software - read-the-docs - api
  • In the past week we have have had help requests from: * France * India * Austria * Canada * USA
  • In browser demo
  • In browser demo
  • Go through browser demos In browser console demo here...
  • Dave time, effort, and money Access to a treasure trove of data: High quality curated data-sets freely available Messy data → Clean data Common currency: One API for multiple organisms/communities Introspectable data-model and queries → build once for multiple domains True query freedom - join multiple data sets, select any columns, any constraints, any sort-order LGPL, open standards, postgres, json, xml, ...
  • LGPL, open standards, postgres, json, xml, ...
  • Keeping the best parts of our interface Building a system out of composable parts Designing a powerful data exploration system Future users will still have a powerful system out of the box, but also have access to a common space where different parts can be put together.

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  • 1. Current Work, Future Directions GMOD Spring Meeting 2013
  • 2. For those who dont know, is:● A data integration system● An optimising data warehouse● A set of web-services● A collection of graphical data exploration and analysis tools● Dedicated to putting bio-informatics tools in the hands of biologists.
  • 3. For those who dont know, is:● In use at:
  • 4. In overview: Data Loaders
  • 5. In overview: Web Application Embedded Web Widgets Services Scripts
  • 6. Easy as one, two, three...● Write some XML● Load data● Release to the world with – a graphical data-mining system – a fully capable set of web-services
  • 7. Whats new?● New! interactive tables● New! analysis tools● New! documentation site● New! github repos● New! js client library
  • 8. Driven by web-services● GET /model● GET /templates● POST /query/results● GET /lists● GET /list/enrichment● ...
  • 9. Driven by web-services
  • 10. Driven by web-services
  • 11. Driven by web-services
  • 12. If we can do it, so can you!● Client libraries in perl, python, ruby, java, and javascript● We eat our own dog food – web application built on javascript library – In house tools in perl and python● Code generation to get you started
  • 13. Benefits of building on InterMine
  • 14. Free (and not just as in beer)
  • 15. Building the future
  • 16. Gos Micklem (PI) Daniela Butano Adrian Carr Sergio Contrino Hu Fengyuan Mike Lyne Rachel Lyne Alex Kalderimis Radek Štěpán Julie Sullivandev@intermine.org http://www.intermine.orgalex@intermine.org
  • 17. Gos Micklem (PI) Daniela Butano Adrian Carr Sergio Contrino Hu Fengyuan Mike Lyne Rachel Lyne Alex Kalderimis Radek Štěpán Julie Sullivan dev@intermine.org http://www.intermine.orgalex@intermine.org https://github.com/intermine