Currently, I’m just going through a spreadsheet I have with several workflows in it, filling in all of the details for the classifications I am looking for. So far I’ve done a few, and more background reading on what it is exactly that I should be looking for.
Right, during the talk, it was pretty much agreed what I am going to be doing this week.
- Revise the spreadsheet I’m working on of Worklows to be organised by tiers of understanding
- Get to grips with SPARQL and myExperiment as much as possible (again)
- Write up for the approach (methods, teir 1/2/3, selection processes, null hypothesis, etc…). This will be an actual document, a draft for the paper, that’ll be of use in clarifying what we’re doing and how my research will help address issues in the field.
- Send this out when it is done. There is a significant time restraint in what we can do – which is our justification for using myExperiment as the main source of information, and using a tiered mining approach to do that.
- Keep track of a list of bioinformatics/ confusing workflows, just to work on and get help with.
So, let’s get going on this. I have a conference presentation on Wednesday, but I should be able to bang out both that and the draft for this tomorrow on the train – I hope!