Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of RichardAsyncinterview

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2008/02/12 12:13:46 (10 years ago)
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  • RichardAsyncinterview

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    1 Richard Async usecase. 
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    3 Richard has applications that take a long time to process their data. They are compute-intensive. This includes building phylogenetic trees, and analyzing genotype information to build population structures. 
     3Richard has applications that take a long time to process their data. They are compute-intensive. This includes building phylogenetic trees, microarray statistical analysis [http://www.jax.org/staff/churchill/labsite/software/Rmaanova/ !R/Maanova]  and analyzing genotype information to build population structure for crop germplasm [http://pritch.bsd.uchicago.edu/software/structure2_1.html Structure] and [http://cbsuapps.tc.cornell.edu/InStruct.aspx !InStruct]. 
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    5 Currently, these applications are run as command-line jobs. It would be ideal if they could be exposed as services, so that they can be used within pipelines, or launched from off-site. However, the long run-time of these applications prevents naive synchronous methods for exposing them. 
     5Currently, these applications are run as command-line jobs. It would be ideal if they could be exposed as services, so that they can be used within pipelines, or launched from off-site. Some preliminary efforts underway with SoapLab, but the long run-time of these applications prevents naive synchronous methods for exposing them. 
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