In bioinformatics we have been obsessed as of late with repeatability and reproducibility
There are now more workflow engines and technologies than there are ways to align DNA sequences
In my experience the best of these is the Open Source workflow manager Nextflow.
Nextflow provides a domain-specific language (DSL) which greatly simplifies writing complex distributed pipelines. Nextflow workflows are portable and can be made reproducible.
In this session I will demonstrate writing and executing a simple Nextflow workflow and not talk at all about science. Or at least very little.
ok, if you are a little bit curious about science, here is one we made for analyzing SARS-CoV-2 clinical samples: https://nf-co.re/viralrecon
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