I've decided to share a workflow that I've spent sometime working on.
DataBiNS was originally a custom-designed BioMoby Web Service workflow that gathered non-synonymous coding single nucleotide polymorphisms (nsSNPs) data with structure/function and pathway data for relevant proteins. While the usage of the automated workflow, rather than manual internet surfing, significantly reduced the effort required to retrieve the information, analyzing the data for co-relations between specific outputs was difficult. Further work on DataBiNS has produced a web-based tool that aims to solve the problems of visualizing the retrieved data. DataBiNS can now be accessed through a website which takes an unique identifier input, from numerous sources such as KEGG, Pubmed, and OMIM, and then initializes the DataBiNS workflow in the background. The workflow retrieves scientific data and knowledge from disparate web-based sources, relating to non-synonymous coding single nucleotide polymorphisms (nsSNPs) and then displays it in a format that makes studying the results easier than before.
I've created a web-based interface, http://bioinfo.icapture.ubc.ca:8090/DataBiNS/, to the workflow so that no software has to be downloaded to use it. Further instructions on how to use the workflow can be found at that location too.
Let me know what you folks think.