Supporting data for "Enhanced reproducibility of SADI Web service workflows with Galaxy and Docker".
Dataset type: Virtual-Machine, Workflow
Data released on November 27, 2015
Semantic Web technologies have been widely applied in the life sciences, for example by data providers such as OpenLifeData and through web services frameworks such as SADI. The recently reported OpenLifeData2SADI project offers access to the vast OpenLifeData data store through SADI services. The GigaScience article describes how to merge data retrieved from OpenLifeData2SADI with other SADI services using the Galaxy bioinformatics analysis platform, thus making this semantic data more amenable to complex analyses. This is demonstrated using a working example, which is made distributable and reproducible through a Docker image that includes SADI tools, along with the data and workflows that constitute the demonstration. Here we host links to the current github repository for the most upto date version, in addition we host an archival version of the gihub repository as it was at the time of publication.
Read the peer-reviewed publication(s):
Aranguren, M. E., & Wilkinson, M. D. (2015). Enhanced reproducibility of SADI web service workflows with Galaxy and Docker. GigaScience, 4(1). doi:10.1186/s13742-015-0092-3