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Menager bosc2010 mobyle

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Menager bosc2010 mobyle

  1. 1. Mobyle Bioinformatics Web Portal project update Hervé Ménager BOSC – July 9th, 2010
  2. 2. What is Mobyle? ● a bioinformatics analysis Web portal. ● provides an access to bioinformatics command line tools via a web interface. ● emphasis on: ● usability for biologists, ● extensibility for developers, ● maintainability for server administrators
  3. 3. What is Mobyle for users?
  4. 4. What is Mobyle for service providers?
  5. 5. New: MobLinks http://www.crbip.pasteur.fr
  6. 6. What's next: “viewers”
  7. 7. What's next: workflows BCBB Workflow Designer: http://exon.niaid.nih.gov/mobyleWorkflow/
  8. 8. What's next: build your interface BCBB Mobyle Interface Designer http://exon.niaid.nih.gov/BMID/
  9. 9. New and Next, Miscelaneous... ● installer ● misc. tools (interface validation and deployment, etc.) ● performance improvements ● Support for OpenID (thanks to O. Sallou from GenOuest) ● Support for more Resource Management Systems, SGE, Torque, LSF via execution plugins (DRMAA)
  10. 10. Want to learn more? ● Come see our posters ● Poster Z07 - Mobyle Platform: Bioinformatics applications from command-line to web-based workflows and services ● Poster Z13 - MobyleNet: user-centered large spectrum service integration over distributed sites. ● Technology Track session: ● Mobyle: An integrated bioinformatics platform for performing web- based analyses on Monday, room 306, 11:45->12:10 B. Néron, H. Ménager, C. Maufrais, N. Joly, J. Maupetit, S. Letort, S. Carrere, P. Tuffery, and C. Letondal Mobyle: a new full web bioinformatics framework Bioinformatics Advance Access published on November 15, 2009, DOI 10.1093/bioinformatics/btp493. Bioinformatics 25: 3005-3011.
  11. 11. Thanks
  12. 12. Questions?

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