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Projects in Computerome are identified by the following information:<PROJECT>How

  • <PROJECT>
    How the project is known to the world; usually also funding the project.
  • <project_

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  • NAME>
    How the project is referenced in DTU and Computerome; also the top-level name for the projects directory structure

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  • <group_

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  • NAME>
    Official id assigned for the project by DTU Basen; this <group_NAME> is also the UNIX group, that controls the projects access to resources.Each individual <user> must be a member of Unix group <group_NAME> to be able to access data and submit jobs in the project.Individual <user>'s are added to or removed from Unix group <group_NAME>, depending on whether they should work in the project or not.

It is recommended, that <project_NAME> corresponds to the <PROJECT> that is funding the project.

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The recommended usage is as follows:

  • /home/projects/

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  • <project>
    projects HOME directory
  • ./

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  • apps
    project specific applications - used when the project, for whichever reason, can not use the standard application provided in for instance /services/tools.(Common candidates include: anaconda, perl, qiime, R, ncbi-blast, samtools, bamtools, bedtools, java)
  • ./apps/

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  • modulefiles
    project specific modulefiles./archive./dataproject specific data
  • ./data/

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  • raw
    raw data
  • ./data/

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  • generated
    generated data
  • ./people/

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  • <user>
    each project members private, project related stuff (data, scripts, etc.)
  • ./

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  • scratch
    temporary or easily re-creatable data - using this may significantly decrease size and improve speed of backups.
    NOTE: Will not be backed up and will not be archived with project.
  • ./review
    (sub)sets of data, used for peer-review of articles.

This directory structure has been selected to ease close-down and archiving at the end of a project.

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