YAPC::Europe 2016 Speakers: Andrew Yates
The Ensembl Project (http://www.ensembl.org), currently hosted at EMBL-EBI, was founded in 1999 and was built to interpret genomic data being generated by the international Human Genome Project. Ensembl has been built with Perl as its primary programming language.
“Here we present a brief summary of the bioinformatics domain, EMBL-EBI, the Ensembl Project, tools developed by Ensembl and how these will impact on our everyday lives. We will also present our pipeline management system eHive; a tool currently used to schedule over 420 CPU years of compute in a single year.” says Andrew.
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