Tutorial Feature: Easier launching of WorkflowHub & Dockstore Workflows

Author(s) orcid logoHelena Rasche avatar Helena Rasche
feature update gtn tutorials

Posted on: 12 December 2023 purlPURL: https://gxy.io/GTN:N00064

While most GTN tutorials include their associated workflow directly in the GTN, some may wish to write a tutorial about running workflows from WorkflowHub, e.g. leveraging the IWC workflow collection.

We’ve added two snippets which make that easier than ever:

Hands-on: Importing and Launching a WorkflowHub.eu Workflow
Launch gromacs-mmgbsa/main (View on WorkflowHub)

And one for Dockstore:

Hands-on: Importing and Launching a Dockstore workflow
Launch My Cool Workflow (View on Dockstore)

You can read more about these snippets and how to use them yourself in your tutorials in the GTN Contribution Guide section on Workflows.


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