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Processed dataruns will be placed inside these folders.
However, there is an option to save the results in a separate folder structure by checking Into separate folders. This will allow you to specify a new save destination, and the Biomedical Genomics Workbench will create a subfolder for each batch unit where the results are saved.
When the batch run is started, there will be one "master" process representing the overall batch job, and there will then be a separate process for each batch unit. The behavior of this is different between Workbench and Server:
- When running the batch job in the Workbench, only one batch unit is run at a time. So when the first batch unit is done, the second will be started and so on. This is done in order to avoid many parallel analyses that would draw on the same compute resources and slow down the computer.
- When this is run on a CLC Server (see http://clcbio.com/server), all the processes are placed in the queue, and the queue is then taking care of distributing the jobs. This means that if the server set-up includes multiple nodes, the jobs can be run in parallel.