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Bioconductor and Docker

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Dockerizing your bioconductor code is one way to ensure a reproducible workflow. It also enables easier deployment to cloud environments (e.g. AWS Batch) in case you want to scale your analysis. The official Bioconductor docker containers are hosted on Docker Hub. They are built with Rstudio-server installed so that you can run an interactive analysis….

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