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Managing Chaos: Lessons Learned Developing Software in the Life Sciences

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2 Author(s)
Sarah Killcoyne ; Institute for Systems Biology ; John Boyle

In the life sciences, the need to balance the costs and benefits of introducing software processes into a research environment presents a distinct set of challenges due to the cultural disconnect between life sciences research and software engineering. The Institute for Systems Biology's research informatics team has studied these challenges and developed a software process to address them.

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Computing in Science & Engineering  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 6 )