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http://www.biocatalogue.org. Franck Tanoh University of Manchester, UK. ISMB Demo, 01 July 2009. Bottom Line. Public, Curated Catalogue of Life Science Web Services Register, Find, Curate Web Services Community-sourced annotation, expert oversee Open content

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http www biocatalogue org
http://www.biocatalogue.org

Franck Tanoh

University of Manchester, UK

ISMB Demo, 01 July 2009

bottom line
Bottom Line
  • Public, Curated Catalogue of Life Science Web Services
  • Register, Find, Curate Web Services
  • Community-sourced annotation, expert oversee
  • Open content
  • Open platform with open REST interfaces
  • Web 2.0 site and development.
  • Open source code base.
  • Started June 2008.
slide3
Why?

Scientific Workflow Management System

Socially share, discover and reuse workflows

Service provider

slide4
Why?

Guessimate 3000+ Web Services in Life Science publicly available

Where…

can I find them? advertise?

What…

do they do? Can I use them?

How…

do they work? operational profile?

up to date?

Who…

provides them? recommends them?

content
Content
  • Community contributed
    • Service providers
    • Third Parties
  • Automated crawling
  • Sourced from partners and registries
  • Chiefly public services
curation
Curation
  • Mixed: Free text, Tags, controlled vocabs, community ontologies
  • Community sourced tags, comments, recommendations
  • Expert curation ontology-based annotation. myGrid OWL Ontology
  • Automated WSDL ripping and analytics
  • Automated monitoring & testing
  • Partner feeds (e.g. myExperiment)
  • Update feeds to users
slide8
Next?
  • Public APIs - RESTful APIs to BioCatalogue
  • Full EMBRACE registry import.
  • Subscribe to a service - RSS/ATOM feeds for services
  • Integration with myExperiment
  • “Try it now” service functionality - Ability to test and play with a service within the BioCatalogue interface before using it.
  • Integration with Taverna - Ability to import Web Services and annotations to and from BioCatalogue and Taverna.
  • myBioCatalogue - Ability to set up your own local BioCatalogue registry.BioMoby services support - Register and search for BioMoby services.
  • Support for DAS services
  • Curation workbench/tools - New curation tools designed for expert curators.
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Roadmap: http://www.biocatalogue.org/wiki/doku.php?id=public:roadmap

credits

Eric Nzuobontane

Rodrigo Lopez

Credits

Thomas Laurent

Hamish McWilliams

David De Roure

Katy Wolstencroft

Franck Tanoh

Jiten Bhagat

Steve Pettifer

Robert Stevens

Carole Goble