Quick start guide
Tip: We recommend importing a git repository (e.g. GitHub), since WorkflowHub is a hub / registry and not a repository.
- Login to WorkflowHub
Contributeon the main page
- Select the
Import Git repositoryoption
- Add your Git repository URL and click
- Complete the required metadata (title, projects/teams and creators)
- Review the final workflow entry and edit as needed
Did you know? You can also register your workflow using a Research Object Crate (RO-Crate). This is an option for advanced users, and further instructions can be found here. The advanced way: registering a workflow RO-crate When you have created a workflow RO-Crate of your workflow using the python package, and want to upload or reference it.
In development Registering a workflow RO-Crate using the API We are working on a WorkflowHub API that will allow the user to automatically register workflow RO-Crates. Not all features are yet developed, but a glimpse of the API can be found here.