A proliferation of high-throughput technologies in life-sciences research has left many scientists with problems in organizing the appropriate computational infrastructure. While there is no shortage of information for setting up individual components, scientists need a template and a plan for execution that has proven to work.
While setting up a new life-sciences computing infrastructure between April-Oct 2008, we extensively documented the process involved, creating the template so that it can be used by other life-science research groups.
We advocate that adopters of this approach create their own internal Wiki (as in Task 11) to document the systems they have chosen to deploy for their own infrastructure intstallation.
Christopher W.V. Hogue (Principal Investigator)
Christopher W. V. Hogue, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences
National University of Singapore. Email: chogue .at. blueprint.org
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