Woke up this morning to an email from Heather saying that I had put the blog on the wrong site. Typical. I moved it over to this site, and edited the CSS a bit to make it look a bit nicer. And here we are. This is the new address Continue reading May 29: Knime, RapidMiner, Blog
Much of the research for this project is coming from publicly available data. There are five types of data that are being gathered: Workflow programs: Taverna and Kepler are the most used, but there are other workflow programs out there that have a tradition in the sciences. We hope that Continue reading Participate
Understanding how scientists analyze data Scientists use a wide variety of tools and techniques to manage and analyze data. However, to our knowledge no one has taken a systematic look at how scientists do their work. In this project, we will examine a large number of the scientific workflows that Continue reading About Our Project
This is the official blog for Richard Littauer’s work on the DataOne internship about Workflows. He’ll be posting here about anything interesting that he finds, any updates on the progress of the research, and anything of use to the general public. He’ll also be posting his notes, daily, as he Continue reading About This Blog
Right, first post. Today I got this site properly up, formatted as nice as I could given the boring Twenty-Ten theme, and there is now a public front page and a call for people to help me out. Hopefully, this will result in better research on all counts. I also Continue reading May 28: Blog, etc.