Tutorial for developers: Adding algorithms to the phenomics pipeline

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Tutorial for developers: Adding algorithms to the phenomics pipeline

By David LeBauer; ARPA-E TERRA Reference Data and Computing Team Comment

NCSA Research Programmer Max Burnette has recorded a tutorial for computational scientists interested in adding their algorithms to Clowder. NOTE: This is aimed at pipeline developers rather than data users.

The TERRA REF program has an instance of Clowder at https://terraref.ncsa.illinois.edu/clowder being used for the TERRA REF data stream.

Slides

Video

This video follows the slides above.

It is about 80 minutes, much of which is just installing a development environment. If you open it in YouTube; the first comment contains the following bookmarks to jump to specific topics.

Next steps

Please get in touch or create a github issue once you are starting to actually develop your extractor and I can help get you off to a good start.

Contact Max Burnette via email, phone, on GitHub, or on our Slack Channel

References

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