How to get started with WorkflowHub
WorkflowHub will help make your workflows findable and citable, and this guide will help you get started with that process.
1. Register yourself on WorkflowHub
2. Decide which
space you would like to create a
Figure 1 below highlights the basic structure of WorkflowHub, and examples of the three types of
spaces where you could create a
You can request to create a
team in any or all of the following
- Independent teams: this is where you can create a team if you do not require a specific space
- A pre-existing space, for example:
- A new space: if a pre-existing space is not suitable, you can create a space
- This is a good option if you represent a group, consortium, or community where multiple teams might want to register with WorkflowHub
Learn more about teams and spaces on our dedicated What is a team page.
3. Create a team or join an existing team
More information on how to join a team can be found on the how to create and join teams and spaces
Figure 2 shows the minimum information required for a new team, which includes:
- Space - the space you selected or created in step 2 above
- Team name
- Team organization - the organization that should be linked to your team on WorkflowHub. e.g. University of Melbourne
- If your organization is not yet on WorkflowHub, you can create an organization
4. Register workflow(s)
Workflows can be registered using the WorkflowHub wizard
There is an extensive guide to the workflow registration process available in the WorkflowHub documentation.