AMIA2014 Workflow Poster (Monday) Tissue-Experiment Inventory: A System to Enable Cataloguing of Experimental Results in Association with Tissue and Participant Information

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)

5:00PM Monday

“Historically our experimental results were managed neither systematically nor centrally. Experiments were performed on a variety of platforms and for diverse projects, and results were not directly linked to other tissue information. To solve this problem, we designed, developed and implemented a process to systematically collect and catalog experimental results in association with the tissue information, permitting us to link these results to existing clinicopathologic data in a data warehouse.

The analytical workflow builder (see Figure 1A) was used to develop workflows for integrating
experimental results information with these tables, and for linking this information to sample and participant data already existing in the DW4TR”

[Workflow builder appears to rely on drag-and-drop workflows construction.]

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)

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