I have been playing about with myExperiment and it looks interesting and I have a few questions. To set the scene I am working on the CARMEN project at Newcastle ( www.carmen.org.uk
). Briefly; CARMEN is an e-science project to create an infrastructure for storage and analysis of electrophysiology data, using services and workflows for the analysis. This link provides a quick poster overview of the proposed structure (
http://www.carmen.org.uk/files/Georgios_CAIRN.ppt ). As you can see we have not specifically considered a workflow repository although we have proposed a web-based portal as an entry point.
Therefore, I was thinking if I could create a myExperiment installation within CARMEN then this could possibly provide both a user interface and a workflow repository. Ideally I would like all the services and data to be open within CARMEN, and therefore there would be no need for a separate installation. However this is unlikely to be possible in the first instance due to privacy issues on both sensitive data and development of services with the infrastructure.
So, I was wondering if this was something that myExperiment had thought of in term of separate installations, as well as a public face, and is the project in a suitable state that this could be done in the near future? If this approach sounds sensible maybe we could work out some collaborations?
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