The Tetherless World Linked Open Biomedical Data project is using SADI services to provide a simple way of developing and deploying algorithms for data analysis, conversion, and provenance. Services, such as subsetting the Gene Ontology, transforming text outlines to SKOS concept schemes, and creating verifiable access records of webresources have been developed as reusable, self-contained python scripts that are easily deployed as standalone services, within larger frameworks, or in Google App Engine applications.

Jim McCusker won Grand Prize at the Elsevier/Tetherless World Health and Life Sciences Hackathon