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Java DRMAA API — part 2

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This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec.

Java DRMAA API — part 1

4 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec. PBS is a type of batch server, or distributed r...

Playing with BioJS

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In the post entitled The Secret of Building a scientific community, Manuel Corpas describe his experiences coordinating the BiosJS project. It is a great w...

rOpenSci in Jenkins

2 minute read

rOpenSci is an Open Data project. It has many R packages that access several data repositories. In this post we will demonstrate how to use rOpenSci taxize p...

More plug-ins released

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In the past days two more plug-ins were released to our update center. The plug-ins are CLUMPP plug-in and Structure Harvester plug-in. Before that the fir...

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workflow

Jenkins: Documenting Data with Metadata

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Data without associated annotation and metadata (documentation describing the data) is of little lasting value 1. It is imperative that each dataset used for...

Is it Wow or Just about Time?

6 minute read

We all know and love Jenkins despite some of its historical quirks. The community is now on a march to introduce some new concepts and a more modern UI that ...

Creating a Jenkins Data Science Platform

6 minute read

Having worked with Jenkins-CI in the life sciences context for the last few years, I am finding that Jenkins satisfies key requirements of a robust framework...

Consistent Reports for Data Analysis

8 minute read

When you use Jenkins for analytics it is important to deliver consistent analysis reports from each build. There are a few different ways that you can create...

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Jenkins

Jenkins: Documenting Data with Metadata

5 minute read

Data without associated annotation and metadata (documentation describing the data) is of little lasting value 1. It is imperative that each dataset used for...

Is it Wow or Just about Time?

6 minute read

We all know and love Jenkins despite some of its historical quirks. The community is now on a march to introduce some new concepts and a more modern UI that ...

Creating a Jenkins Data Science Platform

6 minute read

Having worked with Jenkins-CI in the life sciences context for the last few years, I am finding that Jenkins satisfies key requirements of a robust framework...

From Uno-Choice to Active Choices

4 minute read

More than a year ago I approached Bruno via a series of posts on the BioUno developer’s forum and discussed my frustration with the available Jenkins user in...

Consistent Reports for Data Analysis

8 minute read

When you use Jenkins for analytics it is important to deliver consistent analysis reports from each build. There are a few different ways that you can create...

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analysis

Jenkins: Documenting Data with Metadata

5 minute read

Data without associated annotation and metadata (documentation describing the data) is of little lasting value 1. It is imperative that each dataset used for...

Is it Wow or Just about Time?

6 minute read

We all know and love Jenkins despite some of its historical quirks. The community is now on a march to introduce some new concepts and a more modern UI that ...

Creating a Jenkins Data Science Platform

6 minute read

Having worked with Jenkins-CI in the life sciences context for the last few years, I am finding that Jenkins satisfies key requirements of a robust framework...

From Uno-Choice to Active Choices

4 minute read

More than a year ago I approached Bruno via a series of posts on the BioUno developer’s forum and discussed my frustration with the available Jenkins user in...

Consistent Reports for Data Analysis

8 minute read

When you use Jenkins for analytics it is important to deliver consistent analysis reports from each build. There are a few different ways that you can create...

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bioinformatics

Jenkins: Documenting Data with Metadata

5 minute read

Data without associated annotation and metadata (documentation describing the data) is of little lasting value 1. It is imperative that each dataset used for...

Is it Wow or Just about Time?

6 minute read

We all know and love Jenkins despite some of its historical quirks. The community is now on a march to introduce some new concepts and a more modern UI that ...

Creating a Jenkins Data Science Platform

6 minute read

Having worked with Jenkins-CI in the life sciences context for the last few years, I am finding that Jenkins satisfies key requirements of a robust framework...

From Uno-Choice to Active Choices

4 minute read

More than a year ago I approached Bruno via a series of posts on the BioUno developer’s forum and discussed my frustration with the available Jenkins user in...

Consistent Reports for Data Analysis

8 minute read

When you use Jenkins for analytics it is important to deliver consistent analysis reports from each build. There are a few different ways that you can create...

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news

DNADigest Hackday and Metadata

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DNADigest held a free Hackday this past Saturday, April 5th, in London. Luckily they also live transmitted the event via Internet, and it was definitely wor...

More plug-ins released

less than 1 minute read

In the past days two more plug-ins were released to our update center. The plug-ins are CLUMPP plug-in and Structure Harvester plug-in. Before that the fir...

The BioUno blog is live

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We are migrating our old web site to GitHub pages. We expect that it will make typos, new docs and suggestions easier to get fixed, merged and released. Fee...

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plugins

More plug-ins released

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In the past days two more plug-ins were released to our update center. The plug-ins are CLUMPP plug-in and Structure Harvester plug-in. Before that the fir...

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data-sciences

Jenkins: Documenting Data with Metadata

5 minute read

Data without associated annotation and metadata (documentation describing the data) is of little lasting value 1. It is imperative that each dataset used for...

Is it Wow or Just about Time?

6 minute read

We all know and love Jenkins despite some of its historical quirks. The community is now on a march to introduce some new concepts and a more modern UI that ...

Creating a Jenkins Data Science Platform

6 minute read

Having worked with Jenkins-CI in the life sciences context for the last few years, I am finding that Jenkins satisfies key requirements of a robust framework...

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announce

More plug-ins released

less than 1 minute read

In the past days two more plug-ins were released to our update center. The plug-ins are CLUMPP plug-in and Structure Harvester plug-in. Before that the fir...

The BioUno blog is live

less than 1 minute read

We are migrating our old web site to GitHub pages. We expect that it will make typos, new docs and suggestions easier to get fixed, merged and released. Fee...

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update-center

More plug-ins released

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In the past days two more plug-ins were released to our update center. The plug-ins are CLUMPP plug-in and Structure Harvester plug-in. Before that the fir...

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metadata

Jenkins: Documenting Data with Metadata

5 minute read

Data without associated annotation and metadata (documentation describing the data) is of little lasting value 1. It is imperative that each dataset used for...

DNADigest Hackday and Metadata

1 minute read

DNADigest held a free Hackday this past Saturday, April 5th, in London. Luckily they also live transmitted the event via Internet, and it was definitely wor...

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life-sciences

From Uno-Choice to Active Choices

4 minute read

More than a year ago I approached Bruno via a series of posts on the BioUno developer’s forum and discussed my frustration with the available Jenkins user in...

Consistent Reports for Data Analysis

8 minute read

When you use Jenkins for analytics it is important to deliver consistent analysis reports from each build. There are a few different ways that you can create...

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reporting

Is it Wow or Just about Time?

6 minute read

We all know and love Jenkins despite some of its historical quirks. The community is now on a march to introduce some new concepts and a more modern UI that ...

Creating a Jenkins Data Science Platform

6 minute read

Having worked with Jenkins-CI in the life sciences context for the last few years, I am finding that Jenkins satisfies key requirements of a robust framework...

Consistent Reports for Data Analysis

8 minute read

When you use Jenkins for analytics it is important to deliver consistent analysis reports from each build. There are a few different ways that you can create...

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pbs

Java DRMAA API — part 2

1 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec.

Java DRMAA API — part 1

4 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec. PBS is a type of batch server, or distributed r...

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java

Java DRMAA API — part 2

1 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec.

Java DRMAA API — part 1

4 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec. PBS is a type of batch server, or distributed r...

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api

Java DRMAA API — part 2

1 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec.

Java DRMAA API — part 1

4 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec. PBS is a type of batch server, or distributed r...

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drmaa

Java DRMAA API — part 2

1 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec.

Java DRMAA API — part 1

4 minute read

This is the first part of a series of posts about a Java API for PBS servers, compliant with the DRMAA spec. PBS is a type of batch server, or distributed r...

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jenkins"

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project-meeting

BioUno meeting 2016-11-18

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Participants: Bruno P. Kinoshita and Ioannis K. Moutsatsos. 2016-11-18 08:00 PM UTC using Google Hangouts.

BioUno meeting 2016-07-27

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Participants: Bruno P. Kinoshita and Ioannis K. Moutsatsos. 2016-07-27 08:00 PM UTC using Google Hangouts.

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uno-choice-plugin

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dnadigest

DNADigest Hackday and Metadata

1 minute read

DNADigest held a free Hackday this past Saturday, April 5th, in London. Luckily they also live transmitted the event via Internet, and it was definitely wor...

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hackday

DNADigest Hackday and Metadata

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DNADigest held a free Hackday this past Saturday, April 5th, in London. Luckily they also live transmitted the event via Internet, and it was definitely wor...

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pipelines

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R

rOpenSci in Jenkins

2 minute read

rOpenSci is an Open Data project. It has many R packages that access several data repositories. In this post we will demonstrate how to use rOpenSci taxize p...

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R Plug-in

rOpenSci in Jenkins

2 minute read

rOpenSci is an Open Data project. It has many R packages that access several data repositories. In this post we will demonstrate how to use rOpenSci taxize p...

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tutorial

rOpenSci in Jenkins

2 minute read

rOpenSci is an Open Data project. It has many R packages that access several data repositories. In this post we will demonstrate how to use rOpenSci taxize p...

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biojs

Playing with BioJS

1 minute read

In the post entitled The Secret of Building a scientific community, Manuel Corpas describe his experiences coordinating the BiosJS project. It is a great w...

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imaging

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Active-Choices

From Uno-Choice to Active Choices

4 minute read

More than a year ago I approached Bruno via a series of posts on the BioUno developer’s forum and discussed my frustration with the available Jenkins user in...

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CloudBees

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Kohsuke Kawaguchi

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Jesse Glick

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post-mortem

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