OpenEBench. TCGA: A community-led benchmarking use case.

Javier Garrayo Ventas, Vicky Sundesha, Eduard Porta-Pardo, José María Fernández Gonzalez, Laia Codó, Alfonso Valencia, Jospe Ll Gelpi & Salvador Capella-Gutiérrez
The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) community is a joint effort to characterize cancer driver genes in 33 different cancer types from nearly 10,000 exomes [1]. In such an effort, several methods for predicting cancer genes from genomic data are constantly being developed and improved.

OpenEBench (, is the ELIXIR benchmarking and technical monitoring platform for bioinformatics tools, web servers and workflows. OpenEBench is part of the ELIXIR tools platform ecosystem ( Its development is led by...
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