This page provides pointers to the materials (datasets, software, workflows, provenance traces and container image) used in a paper currently under review (more details about the publication will be announced at a later stage)
Summary: The primary goal of our study is to demonstrate an example computational paradigm that uses meta-workflows (i.e., workflows that assess the results of two or more workflows) alongside abstract components (i.e, components that can be implemented with multiple tools) to overcome barriers facing multi-omic discovery. We characterize the reproducibility of multi-omics discoveries by attempting a figure-for-figure reproduction of the seminal paper by Zhang et al . We then assess the robustness of its findings by re-running all the experiments with newly acquired data, discussing the differences of the obtained results.
This page and the materials described on it (excluding external references) is available in Zenodo under DOI 10.5281/zenodo.4633542.
This HTML page itself is accessible under the following permanent identifier: https://w3id.org/dgarijo/ro/zhang_et_al_2014_reanalysis_and_reuse
Note that availability on some of the following datasets may be subject to the the platforms where they are stored:
 Zhang, B. et al. Proteogenomic characterization of human colon and rectal cancer. Nature 513, 382-387, doi:10.1038/nature13438 (2014)
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