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Experience using web services for biological sequence analysis

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Experience using web services for biological sequence analysis
Programmatic access to data and tools through the web using so-called web services has an important role to play in bioinformatics. In this article, we discuss the most popular approaches based on SOAP/WS-I and REST and describe our, a cross section of the community, experiences with providing and using web services in the context of biological sequence analysis. We briefly review main technological approaches as well as best practice hints that are useful for both users and developers. Finally, syntactic and semantic data integration issues with multiple web services are discussed.
Heinz Stockinger, Teresa K. Attwood, Shahid Nadeem
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Type Journal
Year 2008
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Authors Heinz Stockinger, Teresa K. Attwood, Shahid Nadeem Chohan, Richard G. Côté, Philippe Cudré-Mauroux, Laurent Falquet, Pedro Fernandes, Robert D. Finn, Taavi Hupponen, Eija Korpelainen, Alberto Labarga, Aurélie Laugraud, Tania Lima, Evangelos Pafilis, Marco Pagni, Steve Pettifer, Isabelle Phan, Nazim Rahman
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