Verified Commit 6630bba3 authored by Laurent Modolo's avatar Laurent Modolo
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You are going to build a pipeline for you or your team. So the first step is to create your own project.
## Forking
Instead of reinventing the wheel, you can use the [pipelines/nextflow]( as a template.
To easily do so, go to the [pipelines/nextflow]( repository and click on the [**fork**]( button.
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![merge request button](img/merge_request.png)
## Project organisation
This project (and yours) follow the [guide of good practices for the LBMC](
You are now on the main page of your fork of the [pipelines/nextflow]( You can explore this project, all the code in it is under the CeCILL lience (in the [LICENCE]( file).
The []( file contains instructions to run your pipeline and test it's installation.
The []( file contains guidelines to follow if you want to contribute to the [pipelines/nextflow]( (making a merge request for example).
The [data]( folder will be the place were you store the raw data for your analysis.
The [results]( folder will be the place were you store the results of your analysis.
Note that the content of these two folders should never be saved on git.
The [doc]( folder contains the documentation of this practical course.
And most interestingly for you, the [src]( contains code to wrapp tools. This folder contains two subdirectory. A `nf_modules` and a `sge_modules` folder.
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