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Triana is an open source problem solving environment that combines an intuitive visual interface with powerful data analysis tools. It can be used for a range of tasks, such as signal, text and image processing, and Triana includes a large library of pre-written analysis tools and the ability for users to integrate their own tools. Recently a custom writer was attached to the Triana GUI allowing Triana to generate Pegasus/Condor input files for the GriPhyN project.

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No programming
Additional Information: 
  • The Triana Workflow Environment: Architecture and Applications. I. Taylor, M. Shields, I. Wang, and A. Harrison. In I. Taylor, E. Deelman, D. Gannon, and M. Shields, editors, Workflows for e-Science, pages 320-339. Springer, New York, Secaucus, NJ, USA, 2007.
  • Programming Scientific and Distributed Workflow with Triana Services. David Churches, Gabor Gombas, Andrew Harrison, Jason Maassen, Craig Robinson, Matthew Shields, Ian Taylor and Ian Wang. In Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience (Special Issue: Workflow in Grid Systems), 18(10):1021-1037, 2006.
  • Visual Grid Workflow in Triana. I. Taylor, M. Shields, I. Wang, and A. Harrison. In Journal of Grid Computing, 3(3-4):153-169, September 2005.
  • Related tools: GriPhyN project, Pegasus
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