|Author||Philippe Veber <email@example.com>|
|Maintainer||Philippe Veber <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Published||May 19, 2016|
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A library to build and run distributed workflows
bistro is an OCaml library to build and run computations represented by a collection of interdependent scripts, as is often found in data analysis (especially computational biology).
- build complex and composable workflows declaratively
- simple and lightweight wrapping of new components
- resume-on-failure: if something fails, fix it and the workflow will restart from where it stopped
- parallel workflow execution (locally or over a PBS cluster)
- development-friendly: when a script is modified, bistro automatically finds out what needs to be recomputed
- automatic naming of generated files
- static typing: detect file format errors at compile time!
The library provides a datatype to represent scripts (including metadata and dependencies), an engine to run workflows and a standard library providing components for popular tools (although mostly related to computational biology and unix for now).
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