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The Data Intensive Academic Grid (DIAG) was retired on Jan 3rd, 2017. Some of the research efforts that DIAG supported were:
The IGS Analysis Engine provides free automated
52 annotation of prokaryotic sequences using the
VIROME is a web-application designed for scientific exploration of metagenome sequence data collected from viral assemblages occurring within a number of different environmental contexts. The VIROME informatics pipeline focuses on the classification of predicted open-reading frames (ORFs) from viral metagenomes.
DIAG provided computational resources for several bioinformatics software development projects, analysis efforts, and other initiatives that required large scale and highly performant compute resources and storage.
The project was supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0959894 titled MRI-R2: Acquisition of Data Intensive Academic Grid (DIAG).