Summary: “CWL greatly improves the reproducibility and readability of workflows whilst providing a high level of functionality. This has proved to be incredibly important at the University of Melbourne’s Center for Cancer Research (UMCCR).
Bioinformaticians Sehrish Kanwal and Alexis Lucattini take you through their work as members of the Genomics Platform Group at the UMCCR and their journey of using CWL
in their highly computational-intensive cancer analysis workflows.
Sehrish will then provide an insight into their early-access collaboration work with Illumina’s Connected Analytics platform, and its potential in significantly reducing turn-around-times through their cloud-based FPGA boards - known as ‘DRAGEN’.
Alexis will then go through some of his work on managing and cataloguing of their CWL workflows in a git repository through GitHub Actions.”
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