This guide outlines how to design, develop and share apps for Tercen.
Why read this guide? : You are curious or wish to build an app for Tercen, then this is the guide.
Acknowledgement: I would like to thank all the users for their feedback. It has helped us improve Tercen.
Feedback: If you wish to give feedback then please do not hesitate to create an entry in the issue tracker.
Tercen promotes collaboration for data analysis. Not everyone can code or even wants to, but everyone should benefit from the explosion of data and code currently taking place. Tercen allows non programmers (e.g. biologists) to explore their data and allows programmers (e.g. bioinformaticians) to upload their code (or web-apps) for the biologist to use. By offering this services we believe biologist get empowered and can claim back control of their data. The bioinformatician gets liberated from the operational details and day to day analysis demands from the biologist. This is summed up with the phrase:
Tercen empowers the biologist and liberates the bioinformatician.
Discover all the incredible capabilities of our platform so that you can build useful and exciting apps directly on top of Tercen with ease - whether you’re public apps, or you’re building for your own team’s private apps.
See what others have built on Tercen, chat with developers in our Community, and explore our documentation to get a sense of what you can do.
- Check out Tercen Github for some existing apps.
- Check out Tercen Explore section to discover example projects.