Our Science and Open PHACTS webinar series returns this coming Monday, 24 April with a session on the future of drug discovery workflow tools. Webinar: Workflow tools for Life Science Research: Where Next? Date: Monday, 24 April, 2017 Time: 15:00 BST (16:00 CEST) Registration: Free – register now online Workflow tools have become tremendously useful to scientific researchers for accessing, Read more about Webinar: Workflow tools for Life Science Research: Where next?[…]
BIOVIA have just released the latest Pipeline Pilot component collection for Open PHACTS: Download Open PHACTS Component Collection 2.0 This collection connects to the latest version of the Open PHACTS API, version 2.0, and enables protocol developers and users to access the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform through easy-to-use Pipeline Pilot components. These components provide similar Read more about Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot Component Collection 2.0[…]
We’re excited to announce the official release of version 2.0 of the Open PHACTS API, along with major updates to the linked data in the Open PHACTS Discovery Platform. Try out API version 2.0 now Highlights include: Complete refresh of chemistry data sets, including ChEMBL 20 Reload and refresh of Identity Mapping Service and linksets Read more about Open PHACTS API 2.0 is here[…]
We are pleased to announce the release of version 1.5 of the Open PHACTS component collection. There are no major changes to the components, but this version is needed to connect to version 1.5 of the Open PHACTS API, which has refreshed data and several other improvements. Version 1.5 of the Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot components
We are pleased to announce the release of Version 1.4 of the Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot Components. More details can be found in the release notes. Many thanks go to Biovia for supporting the development of these components. To help users familiarise themselves with the Pipeline Pilot collection and other workflow tools, we will be Read more about New Pipeline Pilot Components and Workshop[…]
Strategies for integration of the Open PHACTS KNIME node architecture in Pipeline Pilot (Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
On 6 March, 2014, the 2nd Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot Hackathon took place on the Merck campus in Darmstadt, Germany. Attendees from eight different industrial and academic institutions worked on the new version 2.0 of the Open PHACTS component collection which was provided by Accelrys through financial support by Janssen Pharmaceutica. Presenters explained and demonstrated how new Read more about 2nd Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot Hackathon held[…]
2nd Pipeline Pilot Hackathon (Darmstadt, Germany)
A new version (1.5) of the Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot component collection is now available. Try out the new components
Open PHACTS has been featured in the ChEMBL blog: Open PHACTS KNIME and Pipeline Pilot Components.
Pipeline Pilot components/workflows and KNIME nodes have been developed to integrate with the Open PHACTS API. The portal to these workflow integration collections can be found at dev.openphacts.org/workflow.
The first version of a Pipeline Pilot component collection can be found and downloaded from the Accelrys Community website. If you are a Pipeline Pilot user, please join the Open PHACTS group of the Accelrys Community.
Accelrys Solutions for Enhancing Research Innovation, Frankfurt, Germany Christian Herhaus (Merck KGaA) View presentation
Accelrys Solutions for Enhancing Research Innovation, Frankfurt, Germany Christian Herhaus (Merck KGaA) gave a presentation: Addressing Research Questions by Integration of Open PHACTS with Pipeline Pilot
Are you a Pipeline Pilot user? If you are, why not join the Open PHACTS group on the Accelrys Community website? Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot group If you haven’t used the Accelrys Community before, you will first have to register before you can join the group. The group has only been set up recently so don’t expect a Read more about Open PHACTS Pipeline Pilot group[…]
Accelrys Pipeline Pilot hackathon (Cambridge, UK)