[Bioc-devel] How to move package from workflow to software
ju||en@wo||brett @end|ng |rom un||@ch
Fri Nov 15 15:30:55 CET 2019
Thank you for your answer.
I added some functionalities to the BgeeCall package that are not
compatible to a workflow approach.
It is now possible to run some steps outside of the initial workflow, to
download files from different locations, to reuse data generated by the
user or already processed by the Bgee team, etc.
Furthermore BgeeCall does not only reuse already existing bioconductor
packages and combine them to create a workflow. It corresponds to a new
approach allowing to generate present/absent gene expression calls from
RNA-Seq libraries without using an arbitrary cutoff.
I would be very happy if you can help me moving it to the software section.
Le 15.11.19 à 11:59, Turaga, Nitesh a écrit :
> Changing the BiocViews section in the DESCRIPTION file doesn't change your package from a workflow package to a software package.
> There are fundamental differences between workflow packages and software packages in the way we handle them within Bioconductor. Could you tell us why you'd like to change it from a workflow to a software package?
> The Bioc team, would have to assist in moving it to the software section.
> On 11/15/19, 4:46 AM, "Bioc-devel on behalf of Julien Wollbrett" <bioc-devel-bounces using r-project.org on behalf of julien.wollbrett using unil.ch> wrote:
> I am the maintainer of the BgeeCall R package.
> In bioconductor 3.9 my package was registered as a workflow package.
> I modified my DESCRIPTION file before the release 3.10 in order to move
> the package to the software section hopping for it to automatically move
> after the new release. Unfortunately it did not work.
> Could you please tell me how to do to move BgeeCall to the software section?
> Thank you,
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