Taverna has now moved to the Apache Software Foundation. For updated information, see Apache Taverna (incubating).

22 Feb /11

Taverna in Nature and Science Magazines

Taverna was mentioned in the Nature magazine’s “Devil in the details” editorial, volume 470, pages 305–306, published 17 February 2011
“… Nevertheless, tools are coming online to simplify documentation of the complex analyses required for genome analysis. These include freely 
available programs such as Taverna… Neither of these [tools] is perfect, but they illustrate the level of detail that could enrich published reports….”
Read the full article at http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v470/n7334/full/470305b.html.

Taverna was also mentioned in last weeks Science magazine special issue: Dealing with Data, Challenges and Opportunities of Open Data in Ecology, Reichman, et al., pages, volume 331, pages 703-705, published 11 February 2011
“… Scientific workflow systems like Kepler and Taverna, can be used to document the data processing and analysis details that led to a given set of results. Scientific workflow applications can record critical information about the analytical process, including details about the data and how it is transformed, providing a comprehensive record of an analysis and its results…”
Read the full article at http://www.sciencemag.org/content/331/6018/703.full
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