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NGS pipelines bootstrapper

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NGS pipelines bootstrapper

Continuous Integration


You can install the latest stable version from PyPI

$ pip install solida


To run Solida, you need Conda. To install it, see


To check version:

$ solida -v

To list all the pipelines enabled, digit

$ solida info

To check if both pipeline and profile are available, digit:

$ solida setup -l pipeline_label -p profile_label

Before to deploy a pipeline, you have to create a project profile:

$ solida setup -l pipeline_label -p profile_label --create-profile
Solida will create a yaml file named profile_label.yaml into ~/solida_profiles.
Edit the profile_label.yaml to match your environment settings.

After that, deploy the pipeline into localhost with:

$ solida setup -l pipeline_label -p profile_label --deploy

If you want to deploy the pipeline into a remote host, add these arguments:

$ solida setup -l pipeline_label -p profile_label --deploy --host remote_host --remote-user username --connection ssh

where: –host is the hostname of the remote host –remote-user is a username available in the remote host –connection is the type of connection to use

Pay attention, _remote_user_ have to be able to do ssh login into _remote_host_ without password (SSH Key-Based Authentication)

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