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  • Google Summer of Code Taverna Projects
    • The Apache Software Foundation has been accepted as a mentoring organization for the 2015 Google Summer of Code[1]. The full list of Apache GSOC projects[2] includes four Taverna-related projects[3] : a production-suitable command line tool, a databundle viewer, OGC WPS support and an Android App for Taverna. A production-suitable command line tool [4]======================================= This proposed [...]
  • Apache officially given control of Taverna
    • The University of Manchester has now officially granted control of the Taverna source code to the Apache Software Foundation. The source code is now at git://git.apache.org/incubator-taverna-engine.git etc. View this post on Google+
  • Data Refinement paper published
    • The paper "A semi-automated workflow for biodiversity data retrieval, cleaning, and quality control" by Cherian Mathew et al has been published in the Biodiversity Data Journal, doi: 10.3897/BDJ.2.e4221 The Taverna workflow includes the use of the interaction service to clean data in OpenRefine. A semi-automated workflow for biodiversity data retrieval, cleaning, and quality control View [...]
  • AstroTaverna—Building workflows with Virtual Observatory services
    • J E Ruiz et al. has published this article about the AstroTaverna plugin and how it integrates existing Virtual Observatory web services as first-class building blocks in Taverna workflows.  The AstroTaverna plugin is included in the Astronomy releases for Taverna 2.5 AstroTaverna—Building workflows with Virtual Observatory services Screen reader users, click here to load entire [...]
  • Modelling the sun with Taverna
    • Pierantoni et al. has published this article about combining Taverna workflows from myExperiment to build heliophysics propagation models, reusing workflows from the helio-vo.eu project.The final workflow is shared at http://www.myexperiment.org/workflows/4055 Embedded Link A WORKFLOW-ORIENTED APPROACH TO PROPAGATION MODELS IN HELIOPHYSICS he Sun is responsible for the eruption of billions of tons of plasma and the [...]
  • Starting now – the Taverna Open Development Workshop
    • Starting now – the Taverna Open Development Workshop Reshared post from +Apache Taverna http://dev.mygrid.org.uk/wiki/display/developer/Taverna+Open+Development+Workshop View this post on Google+
  • Taverna has been accepted as an Apache Incubator project
    • The Apache Software Foundation is a non-profit organization, forming a community of open-source software projects with strong emphasis on  openness, collaboration and a consensus-based development process. Well-known Apache projects include the Apache HTTP server, Tomcat, Maven,  Jena, CXF and OpenOffice. Taverna will participate in the Apache Incubator process – http://incubator.apache.org/incubation/Process_Description.html – with assigned mentors that [...]
  • Taverna Open Development Workshop 2014-10-30 / 2014-10-31
    • We would like to invite you to the Taverna Open Development Workshop 2014, where we will focus on Taverna 3 and the move to an open development process. Time and location:30. – 31. October 2014Room IT407, IT Building, School of Computer Science, University of Manchester, Manchester, M13 9PL, United Kingdom This workshop is open to [...]
  • Workflows tutorial at ECCB
    • Dr Katy Wolstencroft will be co-presenting the "Scientific Workflows for Analysing, Integrating and Scaling Bioinformatics Data: a Practical Introduction to Galaxy, Taverna and WS-PGRADE" tutorial at the European Conference of Computational Biology ECCB'14. The tutorial is on 6th September 2014. ECCB’14 – T07 – Scientific Workflows for Analysing, Integrating and Scaling Bioinformatics Data ECCB’14 is [...]
  • Taverna to SVG webapp released
    • Taverna to SVG webapp released I’ve just made a little web application that draws an SVG for Taverna Workflows… I’ve just made a little web application that draws an SVG for Taverna Workflows in t2flow format. POST your Taverna Workflow to it, get back the picture… – Donal Fellows – Google+ View this post on [...]