A review of bioinformatic pipeline frameworks
Brief Bioinform 18 (3): 530-536 (May 2017)

High-throughput bioinformatic analyses increasingly rely on pipeline frameworks to process sequence and metadata. Modern implementations of these frameworks differ on three key dimensions: using an implicit or explicit syntax, using a configuration, convention or class-based design paradigm and offering a command line or workbench interface. Here I survey and compare the design philosophies of several current pipeline frameworks. I provide practical recommendations based on analysis requirements and the user base.
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    a year ago (last updated a year ago)
    High level overview of some pipeline-tools. Not going into much detail or showing more complex examples. So less usefull.
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