Supporting materials for "SOAPdenovo2 Case Study".
Dataset type: Software, Workflow
Data released on June 09, 2015
The SOAPdenovo2 case study is a reproducibility study aimed at exploring how existing research objects and workflow enactment engines can help assess, record and preserve scientific workflows and associated findings by reviewing a comparison between sequence assembly algorithm performance in the light of development of the SOAPdenovo2 de novo genome assembler. The case study was a joint effort by the GigaScience journal, the Investigation/Study/Assay (ISA) infrastructure, Nanopublication (Nanopub) and Research Object (RO) communities and SOAPdenovo2 de novo genome assembler developers. Included here are the relevant ISA-TAB, linkedISA, nanopubs and Research Object files. For more see the paper and GitHub page.
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