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Date: Tuesday Oct 24, 2017, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM BST Abstract: In this webinar, Pablo Moreno (EMBL-EBI), will explain the main components of PhenoMeNal and how the user interacts with them. We will demonstrate how to register, access existing tools and workflows, create a new PhenoMeNal cloud research Environment (CRE) on Amazon, and execute a workflow on a…
Date: Wednesday 25 October 2017, 16:00 -  17:00 (Europe/London) Abstract: PhenoMeNal aims to bridge the gap between cloud computing and metabolomics researchers by providing the ability to create Cloud Research Environments (CRE) for metabolomics data analysis. A PhenoMeNal CRE is a small cluster of computers with popular metabolomics data analysis tools already installed. These tools are ready to be run and are…
The PhenoMeNal consortium in collaboration with  RMIT University, University of Melbourne, National Institute of Genetics and Friedrich-Schiller-University, hosted a workshop on Data Sharing, Standardisation and Workflow for reproducible analysis in Metabolomics at the Metabolomics 2017 Brisbane, Australia. The workshop was focussed on metabolomics data sharing standards and computational workflows for metabolomics data analysis within the PhenoMeNal e-infrastructure.
The PhenoMeNal project, ELIXIR-NL and ELIXIR-DE organised a strategic workshop on the “Future of Metabolomics in ELIXIR” on 25th April in Frankfurt, Germany. The one-day workshop discussed the metabolomics resources and services available through some of the ELIXIR nodes and developed a number of ELIXIR use cases for metabolomics and their alignments with the ELIXIR platforms.…
The PhenoMeNal project and the Netherlands Metabolomics Centre are jointly organising a one day strategic workshop on "Future of Metabolomics in ELIXIR" on 25th April 2017 at Frankfurt Airport, Germany in coordination with ELIXIR-NL and ELIXIR-DE.  ELIXIR is a distributed infrastructure for life science information, bringing resources across Europe together. These resources include databases, software…
PhenoMeNal partner IPB, is hosting a two day workshop from 4th-5th April 2017, on PhenoMeNal workflows. The objective of the workshop is to showcase and improve existing workflows to achieve broader applicability, improve functionalities and add Findable Accessible Interoperable Re-usable (FAIR) information. For registration, click here.
March 10, 2017, Leiden, The Netherlands. The first Implementation Network in the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) on Metabolomics data and services was launched by Prof. Karel Luyben, chairman of the GO FAIR initiative. GO FAIR is an early-mover-driven initiative of the European member states to start in  working on a trusted environment where public and private sector partners can…
To identify the key needs of the clinicians from metabolomics point of view, PhenoMeNal has established a working group involving clinical metabolomics practitioners and members from the consortium. This working group will contribute views and suggestions on the kind and/or specifics of computational services needed to support the transition of metabolomics from clinical research towards clinical practice including advise…
The PhenoMeNal Cloud Research Environment (CRE) portal provides an entry point to analysis tools via its open source "App Library" (Application Library) - a service catalogue of all applications (currently 24) that are currently available via Galaxy workflows through the CRE.  Each tool, available in the form of Docker container,  carries a tool description, usage instructions to be…
“A microservices architecture puts each element of functionality into a separate service” - in a presentation during the session “Emerging Methods and Practice”, at the OpenTox Euro 2016 conference, PhenoMeNal partner and work package leader, Ola Spjuth, talks about his work on microservices , Virtual research environments (VRE) and their implications including VRE’s in PhenoMeNal infrastructure. Interoperability and…