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    99In the [http://hackathon.dbcls.jp/ BioHackathon 2008], we have focused on the standardization of bioinformatics web services and the exchange data formats to create bioinformatics workflows. To make these global efforts to be fully utilized by the biologists, we need to integrate these services into the various end-user applications. 
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    11 For this purpose, we will organize the second BioHackathon gathering software developers of mash-up services and web service providers. Additionally, to solve the real world use cases, we will also involve semi-wet biologists to apply their data for testing these services and applications in combination. 
     11For this purpose, we will organize the second !BioHackathon gathering software developers of mash-up services and web service providers. Additionally, to solve the real world use cases, we will also involve semi-wet biologists to apply their data for testing these services and applications in combination. 
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    1313Our goal is to develop stable and usable platforms for emerging demands, such as 
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    15  * Workflow for the massive sequence annotation (Galaxy, BioMart, Taverna, MOWserve etc.) 
     15 * Workflow for the massive sequence annotation (Galaxy, !BioMart, Taverna, MOWserve etc.) 
    1616 * Automatics genome sequence assemble and mapping (GMOD/GBrowse, UTGB etc.) 
    1717 * Visualization of the large scale data sets (Cytoscape, Processing etc.) 
     
    2323on the integration of our database resources into the Galaxy, and would like to offer them to use the services provided by the DBCLS. Additionally, we will start to select some suitable use cases to deal with, based on the discussion in the mailing list. 
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    25 BioHackathon 2009 is sponsored by the Database Center for Life Science (DBCLS) and Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST), and will be held in Tokyo and Okinawa, Japan. 
     25!BioHackathon 2009 is sponsored by the Database Center for Life Science (DBCLS) and Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST), and will be held in Tokyo and Okinawa, Japan. 
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    27  * BioHackathon 2009    http://hackathon2.dbcls.jp/ 
    28  * BioHackathon 2008    http://hackathon.dbcls.jp/ 
     27 * !BioHackathon 2009   http://hackathon2.dbcls.jp/ 
     28 * !BioHackathon 2008   http://hackathon.dbcls.jp/ 
    2929 * DBCLS        http://dbcls.rois.ac.jp/en/ 
    3030 * OIST http://www.oist.jp/