New “SciencePipes” Release

Tue, 2009-09-29 15:29 -- Anonymous (not verified)

Ithaca, NY The SciencePipes (http://sciencepipes.org/alpha/home/) team has announced a new release of the system. In this version the new pipe (workflow) editor has been deployed. See a demo of that functionality at http://sciencepipes.org/docs/demos/alpha/functionality/new-editor/. The system is built using the open source Kepler system with plans to add a Fedora Commons Repository for data storage.
The building blocks of scientific discovery–data, analyses, and related documents–are sometimes lost because scientists do not have access to integrated tools that allow materials to be collected and managed when and where they are generated.  Providing intuitive tools and services embedded in scientific workflows is the goal of Kepler-based SciencePipes (http://sciencepipes.org/alpha/home/) which is a project of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology Information Science Program and is funded by the National Science Digital Library Program.
If you would like to be an alpha SciencePipes user, please email paul.e.allen@cornell.edu.

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